MTOM and Python
dave at ast.cam.ac.uk
Thu Aug 23 05:54:36 PDT 2007
This is one of the reasons why we made the specification
protocol-agnostic, and allowed support for multiple protocols.
DIME was the early standard for transferring data as SOAP attachments,
which has now been replaced by MTOM.
However, at the moment there are only a few language libraries that
With an Axis2 service, you could support both, use DIME in the client
for now, and then replace the client with an MTOM one when the Python
libraries become available. The service could 'offer' both options, and
the client picks whichever it can understand.
Hope this helps,
Olivier Ricou wrote:
> I seen in the archives that you suggest to use MTOM for attachments.
>Since I use Axis2 that is fine, however I would like to make a
>client in Python but I cannot find any toolkit including MTOM for
>Python. Does it mean I have to wait that someone makes it or is
>there another solution ?
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