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Overview ================================================= "Suds" is a lightweight SOAP-based web service client for Python licensed under LGPL (see the ``LICENSE.txt`` file included in the distribution). This is hopefully just a temporary fork of the original ``suds`` Python library project created because the original project development seems to have stalled. Should be reintegrated back into the original project if it ever gets revived again. **Forked project information** * Project site - http://bitbucket.org/jurko/suds * Epydocs documentation - needs to be built from sources * Official releases can be downloaded from: * BitBucket - http://bitbucket.org/jurko/suds/downloads * PyPI - http://pypi.python.org/pypi/suds-jurko **Original suds Python library development project information** * Project site - http://fedorahosted.org/suds * Documentation - http://fedorahosted.org/suds/wiki/Documentation * Epydocs - http://jortel.fedorapeople.org/suds/doc For development notes see the ``HACKING.rst`` document included in the distribution. Installation ================================================= Standard Python installation. Here are the basic instructions for 3 different installation methods: #. Using ``pip`` * Have the ``pip`` package installed. * Run ``pip install suds-jurko``. #. Using ``easy-install`` * Have the ``setuptools`` package installed. * Run ``easy_install suds-jurko``. #. From sources * Unpack the source package somewhere. * Run ``python setup.py install`` from the source distribution's top level folder. Installation troubleshooting: ----------------------------- * Released prior to ``0.7`` have many known installation issues requiring the target Python environment to be manually prepared when using some ancient Python versions, e.g. 2.4, 2.5 or 3.1. * Releases ``0.4.1. jurko 5 < x <= 0.6`` may not be installed using ``pip`` into a Python environment with an already installed ``setuptools`` package older than the version expected by our project. Displayed error message includes instructions on how to manually upgrade the installed ``setuptools`` package before rerunning our installation. * ``pip`` internally imports existing ``setuptools`` packages before running our setup, thus preventing us from upgrading the existing ``setuptools`` installation inplace. * If automated ``setuptools`` Python package installation fails (used in releases ``0.4.1 jurko 5`` and later), e.g. due to PyPI web site not being available, user might need to install it manually and then rerun the installation. * Releases prior to ``0.4.1. jurko 5`` will fail if the ``distribute`` Python package is not already installed on the system. * Python 2.4.3 on Windows has problems using automated ``setuptools`` Python package downloads via the HTTPS protocol, and therefore does not work correctly with PyPI which uses HTTPS links to all of its packages. The same does not occur when using Python version 2.4.4. Release notes ================================================= version 0.7 (development) ------------------------- * Based on revision 712 (1e48fd79a1fc323006826439e469ba7b3d2b5a68) from the original ``suds`` Python library development project's Subversion repository. * Last officially packaged & released ``suds`` Python library version - 0.4.1. * Supported Python versions. * Intended to work with Python 2.4+, except for the following versions: * Python 3.0.x - not supported by setuptools, pip or pytest. * Basic sources prepared for Python 2.x. * For using Python 3 the sources first processed by the Python ``py2to3`` tool during the setup procedure. * Tested in the following environments: * Python 2.4.3/x86 on Windows 8.1/x64. * Python 2.4.4/x86 on Windows 8.1/x64. * Python 2.5.4/x86 on Windows 8.1/x64. * Python 2.5.4/x64 on Windows 8.1/x64. * Python 2.6.6/x86 on Windows 8.1/x64. * Python 2.6.6/x64 on Windows 8.1/x64. * Python 2.7.6/x86 on Windows 8.1/x64. * Python 2.7.6/x64 on Windows 8.1/x64. * Python 2.7.7/x86 on Windows 8.1/x64. * Python 2.7.7/x64 on Windows 8.1/x64. * Python 2.7.8/x86 on Windows 8.1/x64. * Python 2.7.8/x64 on Windows 8.1/x64. * Python 3.1.3/x86 on Windows 8.1/x64. * Python 3.1.3/x64 on Windows 8.1/x64. * Python 3.2.5/x86 on Windows 8.1/x64. * Python 3.2.5/x64 on Windows 8.1/x64. * Python 3.3.3/x86 on Windows 8.1/x64. * Python 3.3.3/x64 on Windows 8.1/x64. * Python 3.3.5/x86 on Windows 8.1/x64. * Python 3.3.5/x64 on Windows 8.1/x64. * Python 3.4.0/x86 on Windows 8.1/x64. * Python 3.4.0/x64 on Windows 8.1/x64. * Python 3.4.1/x86 on Windows 8.1/x64. * Python 3.4.1/x64 on Windows 8.1/x64. * Python 3.4.2/x86 on Windows 8.1/x64. * Python 3.4.2/x64 on Windows 8.1/x64. * Improved support for ``decimal`` XSD types. * Now modeled internally using Python's ``decimal.Decimal`` type instead of ``float`` - see the new ``suds.xsd.sxbuiltin.XDecimal`` class. * Based on a patch included with `#454 <http://fedorahosted.org/suds/ticket/454>`_ for the original ``suds`` library implementation. * In order to get a ``decimal`` value formatted correctly in constructed SOAP request XML documents, pass it to ``suds`` as ``decimal.Decimal`` or an ``int``/``long``. * In general, passing a value of a Python type other than ``decimal.Decimal`` causes that type's native string representation to be used which might not strictly match the lexical representation rules defined in the XSD specification for the ``decimal`` XSD type. For instance, a ``float`` value may be represented using scientific notation, or a ``fractions.Fraction`` may be represented using its ``numerator`` & ``denominator`` values. * Specific user applications can easily register their own customized ``XDecimal`` implementation using ``suds.xsd.sxbuiltin.Factory.maptag()`` if they want to use more specialized ``decimal`` value handling. * Updated how ``suds`` constructs its cached WSDL & XML identifiers to allow cached data reuse between different processes with Python's hash randomization feature enabled. * Previously constructed using the built-in Python ``hash()`` function, while now it gets constructed using ``md5`` hash. * Python's hash randomization (implemented since Python 2.6.8, enabled by default since Python 3.3) was causing different processes to mangle their cached data names differently. * Many thanks to Eugene Yakubovich for reporting the issue as well as providing the initial fix. * Fixed loading recursive WSDL imports. * Fixed loading recursive XSD imports/includes. * Fixed an infinite recursion bug encountered when looking for an XSD type in an XSD schema that does not contain it but itself defines a type referencing a recursively defined type from an imported XSD schema. * Kudos to Kevin Pors (`krpors` on BitBucket) for detecting, analysing & reporting the issue, plus preparing a working quick-fix. * Removed never actually used ``suds.mx.appender.DictAppender`` class. * All code paths that could potentially lead to this class getting used convert any encountered dictionaries to ``suds.sudsobject.Object`` instances and report an error in case a corresponding XSD type can not be found. * Now marshalling passed empty object optional params as empty SOAP request XML elements. * Before, passing an empty suds object as an optional parameter value was treated the same as not passing that parameter's value or passing it ``None`` - the value would not get marshalled into the constructed SOAP request at all. * Now, user can still not have the value marshalled by passing nothing or ``None``, but passing an empty object will get marshalled as an actual SOAP request XML element. * Kudos to Nicholas Chen (nicholaschen at BitBucket) & Mark Saniscalchi (msaniscalchi at BitBucket) for reporting the issue and preparing the initial fix. * Made ``suds`` no longer eat up, log & ignore exceptions raised from registered user plugins (detected & reported by Ezequiel Ruiz & Bouke Haarsma, patch & test case contributed by Bouke Haarsma). * Fixed places in code where ``suds`` could eat up & silently ignore internal Python exceptions like ``KeyboardInterrupt`` or ``SystemExit``. * Fixed the exception message used when attempting to construct a ``suds.sax.element.Element`` with a non-``Element`` parent. * ``suds.xsd.sxbase.SchemaObject.content()`` now runs in linear instead of quadratic time. * ``DepList`` class replaced with a simple ``dependency_sort()`` function taking a single dependency dictionary as input. * The original implementation's interface was too heavy-weight with no added value. * Anything tried with the original interface outside the basic use-case covered by ``dependency_sort()`` was actually or could be easily broken. * ``suds.xsd.deplist`` module renamed to ``suds.xsd.depsort``. * Global XSD elements (i.e. top-level + reference elements) are now correctly always considered qualified and their ``form`` attribute values are ignored. * Many thanks to Andrew Yager from BitBucket for reporting the issue. * ``suds.cache`` module cleanup. * Fixed ``FileCache`` default cache location related security issue. * Each process now uses a separate temporary folder as its default cache location. * Different ``FileCache`` instances within the same process still use the same default cache location and user may still explicitly specify a non-default location for each ``FileCache`` instance. * Default cache location now gets removed automatically on process exit. User code may disable this removal by setting the ``FileCache.remove_default_location_on_exit`` class attribute to False. * Additional external information on this issue: * `Red Hat bug 978696 <https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=978696>`_ * `CVE-2013-2217 <http://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CVE-2013-2217>`_ * `Ubuntu USN-2008-1: Suds vulnerability <http://www.ubuntu.com/usn/USN-2008-1>`_ * http://lists.opensuse.org/opensuse-updates/2013-07/msg00062.html * https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=827568 * http://www.openwall.com/lists/oss-security/2013/06/27/8 * Many thanks to Rolf Krahl for the initial report, providing links to related external resources as well as helping brainstorm the whole issue. * Fixed a bug causing ``DocumentCache`` to never actually cache any documents since one of the last commits made to the original ``suds`` project. * That commit refactored ``suds.sax.document.Document`` so it is no longer derived from ``suds.sax.element.Element`` while the ``suds.cache.DocumentCache.put()`` implementation simply did nothing when passed something other than a ``suds.sax.element.Element`` instance. ``suds.reader.DocumentReader`` on the other hand always passes ``suds.sax.document.Document`` instances to its cache's ``put()`` method. * Many thanks to bgr\_ at BitBucket for reporting the issue. * Fixed a bug causing ``DocumentCache`` & ``ObjectCache`` to not remove their cached files when failing to read data from them or process the data read from them. * ``FileCache`` version file operations now take care to close the file in case of a failed read/write operation. * Removed ``FileCache.setlocation()`` method as it was never used inside ``suds`` and if used from user code would have caused the cache to use a specific folder but without making sure that the data already stored in it has been prepared for the correct ``suds`` version, as done when passing a location parameter to the ``FileCache`` constructor. * Private and protected ``FileCache`` interface methods renamed to use leading underscores. * ``FileCache.getf()`` --> ``FileCache._getf()``. * ``FileCache.__fn()`` --> ``FileCache.__filename()``. * ``FileCache.checkversion()`` --> ``FileCache.__check_version()``. * ``FileCache.mktmp()`` --> ``FileCache.__mktmp()``. * ``FileCache.open()`` --> ``FileCache.__open()``. * ``FileCache.setduration()`` --> ``FileCache.__set_duration()``. * ``FileCache.validate()`` --> ``FileCache.__remove_if_expired()``. * Updated ``FileCache`` duration implementation. * ``FileCache`` construction now takes standard ``datetime.timedelta`` duration related keyword arguments instead of just ``weeks``, ``days``, ``hours``, ``minutes`` & ``seconds``. More to the point, it now also supports ``milliseconds`` & ``microseconds`` keyword arguments. * Corrected ``FileCache`` docstring stating that it accepted a ``months`` keyword argument. Using that argument would actually have caused a failure when passing it to a ``datetime.timedelta`` initializer internally. * You may now specify multiple duration keyword arguments in ``FileCache`` construction and they will all get summed up when constructing the internal ``datetime.timedelta`` duration representation. Before, you could specify such multiple arguments, but that would only make the ``FileCache`` silently use duration ``0``, i.e. its cache entries would never expire. * Fixed ``suds.sax.document.Document`` str conversion broken around the end of 2011 by some accidental interaction between our Python 3 compatibility fixes and one of the final official ``suds`` project commits making ``suds.sax.document.Document`` no longer be derived from ``suds.sax.element.Element``. * Many thanks to Ezequiel Ruiz (emruiz81 at BitBucket) for detecting & reporting the issue, as well as providing the initial patch. * Cleaned up ``suds.transport`` ASCII/unicode URL/data handling. * ``suds.transport.Request`` now allows specifying its URL input as either a byte or a unicode string with any Python version. Internally that URL information is always converted to the used Python interpreter's native ``str`` data type (byte string for Python versions prior to 3.0, or unicode string for later ones). * Given URLs must not contain any non-ASCII characters, and any attempt to create a ``suds.transport.Request`` with such an invalid URL is reported as a ``UnicodeError`` (either ``UnicodeDecodeError`` or ``UnicodeEncodeError`` depending on the exact Python version and the given URL data type used). * ``suds.transport.Reply`` & ``suds.transport.Request`` string representation cleaned up and no longer raises an error when their message data contains non-ASCII characters. * ``suds.client`` module cleanup. * Removed unused ``suds.client.Client.messages`` attribute. * Renamed private ``SoapClient`` & ``SimClient`` classes: * ``SoapClient`` --> ``_SoapClient``. * ``SimClient`` --> ``_SimClient``. * Several private methods renamed: * ``_SoapClient.location()`` --> ``_SoapClient.__location()``. * ``_SoapClient.get_fault()`` --> ``_SoapClient.__get_fault()``. * ``_SoapClient.headers()`` --> ``_SoapClient.__headers()``. * ``RequestContext`` no longer has ``client`` & ``original_envelope`` attributes. * ``client`` attribute seems unnecessary. * ``original_envelope`` was an incorrectly documented bug trap - it represented the XML request envelope as a ``SAX`` XML document from after being processed by registered ``marshalled`` plugins, but before being processed by registered ``sending`` plugins. Users should use the ``envelope`` attribute instead which can easily be converted into a ``SAX`` XML document if needed by parsing it using ``suds.sax.parser.Parser.parse()``. That envelope has been consistently processed by all relevant registered plugins and matches the data to be sent over the registered transport exactly. * Cleaned up ``_SoapClient`` debug log messages a bit. * ``suds.reader`` module cleanup. * Several private methods renamed: * ``DocumentReader.cache()`` --> ``DocumentReader.__cache()`` * ``DocumentReader.download()`` --> ``DocumentReader.__fetch()`` * ``DefinitionsReader.cache()`` --> ``DefinitionsReader.__cache()`` * Updated the ``BuildError`` exception message. * Reformatted. * Converted to a unicode string. * Marked ``suds.mx.core.Core.node()`` as abstract since this base class variant is never actually used (both ``Encoded`` & ``Literal`` derived classes use a different implmentation). * ``suds.binding.Binding`` converted to a new-style class. * ``suds.tostr()`` utility function may no longer silently eat internal Python exceptions like ``KeyboardInterrupt`` or ``SystemExit``. * Removed the unused ``SoapHeadersNotPermitted`` exception class. * Extra input arguments now reported when invoking web service operations taking no input parameters. * Using injected requests/replies/error-information with a web service operation taking at least one input parameter no longer causes ``suds`` to report an invalid extra argument error. * Internal project development improvements. * The project will from now on be distributed as a wheel as well as a source distribution. * Added a script for automatically setting up required development Python environments for this project, hopefully supporting the full range of supported Python versions out of the box. * Improved internal project ``HACKING.rst`` documentation. * ``setup.py`` improvements. * Python 3.0.x releases explicitly marked as not supported. * Attempting to run ``setup.py`` in an unsupported Python environment now reports a clean error message. * Now uses ``setuptools`` 1.4.2 with Python 2.4 & 2.5, and ``setuptools`` 5.1 with all more recent Python releases. * Project may now be installed without even in environments when you can not install ``setuptools``. * In such cases ``setup.py`` will attempt to use any preinstalled ``setuptools`` version, and if none is available, it will disable some of its features and fall back to using a plain ``distutils`` based setup. See the ``setup.py`` script comments for a more detailed listing of all ``setup.py`` features affected by this. * Several installation issues fixes when installing into Python 3.x environments prior to Python 3.2.3. * When installing the project into a Python 3.x environment prior to Python 3.2, ``setuptools`` is not installed automatically since one of its test modules contains UTF-8 BOM characters, which would cause such automated installation to fail. * If needed, ``setuptools`` can still be installed into such environments by manually running its ``ez_setup.py`` installation script. Such an installation will encounter the same errors but will ignore them, effectively just leaving the installed ``setuptools`` package with one defective test module, but fully operational at run-time. * When installing the project into a Window Python 2.5 environment, you no longer need to manually install a compatible ``colorama`` package versions in order to be able to run the project tests. * Package meta-data may now contain non-ASCII characters on platforms where that is allowed, namely with all Python versions except Python 3.x prior to 3.2.2. * ``setup.py test`` command improvements. * Now works in Python 2.4.x environments. * Now reports cleanly if it can not be used for some reason, both when run and in the command's ``--help-commands`` listing. * Better commented the related implementation. * Test suite improvements. * Test suite no longer installed together with the project, thus no longer causing confusion by existing in the target Python environment as a global ``tests`` package. * The tests may now be run from the source archive, and will always run on the ``suds`` version found installed in the used Python environment. * Refactored the quick & dirty batch script used to run all the project tests in multiple Python environments to remove much code duplication. * Automated project testing in several additional Python environment versions. * Added more detailed XSD modeling tests. * Added tests demonstrating how additional or replacement built-in XSD types can be registered with ``suds``. * All project tests now using Python 2 & 3 compatible source code and so no longer need to be built separately for Python 3. * Added new and updated existing ``suds.cache`` module related tests. * Documented that all ``pytest`` test parametrizations should be prepared so they get ordered the same on all test runs. See ``Project implementation note #1`` in ``HACKING.rst`` for more detailed information. * Many thanks to Bruno Oliveira (nicoddemus at BitBucket) for researching related ``pytest`` ``xdist`` usage problems, discovering & explaining the underlying issue as well as providing an initial project patch for it. version 0.6 (2014-01-24) ------------------------- * Based on revision 712 (1e48fd79a1fc323006826439e469ba7b3d2b5a68) from the original ``suds`` Python library development project's Subversion repository. * Last officially packaged & released ``suds`` Python library version - 0.4.1. * Supported Python versions. * Intended to work with Python 2.4+. * Basic sources prepared for Python 2.x. * For using Python 3 the sources first processed by the Python ``py2to3`` tool during the setup procedure. * Tested in the following environments: * Python 2.4.3/x86, on Windows 7/SP1/x64. * Python 2.4.4/x86, on Windows 7/SP1/x64. * Python 2.7.6/x64, on Windows 7/SP1/x64. * Python 3.2.5/x64, on Windows 7/SP1/x64. * Python 3.3.3/x86, on Windows 7/SP1/x64. * Python 3.3.3/x64, on Windows 7/SP1/x64. * Fixed sending HTTP request containing non-ASCII unicode data using Python 2.7. * Many thanks to mduggan1 and Alexey Sveshnikov for reporting the issue and suggesting patches. * Fixed unicode data logging issue (contributed by Bouke Haarsma). * ``suds.transport.Request`` object string representation cleaned up a bit - added a missing space before the URL to make it consistent with how all the other Request & Reply data is represented in such strings. * Fixed issue with ``suds`` client failing to be create its default cache object (e.g. because a folder it needs is write protected) and thus preventing the client from being created without any chance for the user to specify an alternative cache. * The default client cache is now instantiated only if user does not explicitly specify some other alternate cache (or even None to disable the whole data caching system). * Many thanks to Arthur Clune for reporting the issue. * Added explicit tests for URL parameters being passed as unicode or single-byte strings under Python 2 but only unicode strings under Python 3, and improved how such invalid parameter values are reported. * This behaviour matches urllib implementation differences between Python 3 and earlier Python interpreter versions. * Many thanks to Mesut Tasci for reporting a related issue and preparing the initial patch for it. * Extra arguments used when making a web service operation call are now reported similar to how this is done for regular Python functions. * The extra argument error reporting may be disabled using the new ``extraArgumentErrors`` ``suds`` option. * Basic idea and the initial implementation for this feature contributed by Bouke Haarsma. * Corrected a typo in the ``BuildError`` exception message. * Removed partial support for pre-2.4 Python versions since such old Python versions are no longer officially supported nor are they tested anywhere. * Updated documented project links to use HTTP instead of HTTPS protocol. * Setup improvements. * Fixed setup to work with soft links in the current working folder path (contributed by ryanpetrello). * Project now installed as a zipped egg folder. * No longer attempts to work around Python 2.4.3 issues with urllib HTTPS downloads since now PyPI updated all of its links to HTTPS and the patch would need to become much more complex to deal with this, while making the setup much more difficult to understand and maintain. * On the other hand, this is now an extremely old Python version, so the change is not expected to have much impact. Anyone still using this version will just have to work around the issue manually, e.g. by downloading the necessary packages and running their setup procedures directly. * ``long_description`` field content wrapped to 72 characters, since ``PKG-INFO`` package distribution metadata file stores this text with an 8 space indentation. * Improved internal project development documentation. * ``HACKING.txt`` updated, converted to .rst format & renamed to ``HACKING.rst``. * Started internal project design, research & development notes documentation. Stored in a new ``notes/`` subfolder, included in the project's source distribution, but not its builds or installations. * Internal test suite improvements. * Added unit tests for transport related ``Request`` & ``Reply`` classes. * Improved ``HTTPTransport`` related unit tests. * Split up some web service operation invocation request construction tests into: * parameter definition tests * argument parsing tests * binding specific request construction tests * Many new tests added & existing ones extended. * Several redundant tests removed. * Added a basic development script for running the project's full test suite using multiple Python interpreter versions under Windows. * Better test support when running with disabled assertion optimizations enabled. * Cleaned up support for running test scripts directly as Python scripts. * May now be passed pytest command-line options. * Now return an exit code indicating the test result (0=success, !0=failure). * Known defects. * Extra argument errors not reported for web service operations taking no input parameters. * Invalid extra argument error reported when using an injected request/reply/ error-information with a web service operation taking at least one input parameter. * Security issue CVE-2013-2217 - using fixed default cache location. * Incorrect referencing XSD element's ``form`` attribute value handling - global XSD elements (i.e. top-level + reference elements) sometimes considered unqualified. * Loading recursive WSDL imports is broken. * Loading recursive XSD imports/includes is broken. * Infinite recursion bug encountered when looking for an XSD type in an XSD schema that does not contain it but itself defines a type referencing a recursively defined type from an imported XSD schema. version 0.5 (2013-11-25) ------------------------ * Based on revision 712 (1e48fd79a1fc323006826439e469ba7b3d2b5a68) from the original ``suds`` Python library development project's Subversion repository. * Last officially packaged & released ``suds`` Python library version - 0.4.1. * Supported Python versions. * Intended to work with Python 2.4+. * Basic sources prepared for Python 2.x. * For using Python 3 the sources first processed by the Python ``py2to3`` tool during the setup procedure. * Tested in the following environments: * Python 2.4.3/x86, on Windows 7/SP1/x64. * Python 2.4.4/x86, on Windows 7/SP1/x64. * Python 2.7.6/x64, on Windows 7/SP1/x64. * Python 3.2.5/x64, on Windows 7/SP1/x64. * Python 3.3.3/x86, on Windows 7/SP1/x64. * Python 3.3.3/x64, on Windows 7/SP1/x64. * Updated the project's versioning scheme and detached it from the original ``suds`` project. The original project's stall seems to be long-term (likely permanent) and making our version information match the original one was getting to be too much of a hassle. * For example, with our original versioning scheme, latest pip versions recognize our package releases as 'development builds' and refuse to install them by default (supply the ``--pre`` command-line option to force the install anyway). * Improved the ``suds`` date/time handling (contributed by MDuggan1, based on a patch attached to issue `#353 <http://fedorahosted.org/suds/ticket/353>`_ on the original ``suds`` project issue tracker). * Replaces the timezone handling related fix made in the previous release. * More detailed testing. * Corrected subsecond to microsecond conversion, including rounding. * ``DateTime`` class no longer derived from ``Date`` & ``Time`` classes. * Recognizes more date/time strings valid 'by intuition'. * Rejects more invalid date/time strings. * Time zone specifiers containing hours and minutes but without a colon are rejected to avoid confusion, e.g. whether ``+121`` should be interpreted as ``+12:01`` or ``+01:21``. * Time zone specifiers limited to under 24 hours. Without this Python's timezone UTC offset calculation would raise an exception on some operations, e.g. timezone aware ``datetime.datetime``/``time`` comparisons. * Removed several project files related to the original developer's development environment. * Removed several internal Mercurial version control system related files from the project's source distribution package. * Better documented the project's development & testing environment. * Known defects. * Security issue CVE-2013-2217 - using fixed default cache location. * Incorrect referencing XSD element's ``form`` attribute value handling - global XSD elements (i.e. top-level + reference elements) sometimes considered unqualified. * Loading recursive WSDL imports is broken. * Loading recursive XSD imports/includes is broken. * Infinite recursion bug encountered when looking for an XSD type in an XSD schema that does not contain it but itself defines a type referencing a recursively defined type from an imported XSD schema. version 0.4.1 jurko 5 (2013-11-11) ---------------------------------- * Based on revision 712 (1e48fd79a1fc323006826439e469ba7b3d2b5a68) from the original ``suds`` Python library development project's Subversion repository. * Last officially packaged & released ``suds`` Python library version - 0.4.1. * Supported Python versions. * Intended to work with Python 2.4+. * Basic sources prepared for Python 2.x. * For using Python 3 the sources first processed by the Python ``py2to3`` tool during the setup procedure. * Tested in the following environments: * Python 2.4.3/x86, on Windows 7/SP1/x64. * Python 2.4.4/x86, on Windows 7/SP1/x64. * Python 2.7.3/x64, on Windows 7/SP1/x64. * Python 3.2.3/x64, on Windows 7/SP1/x64. * Python 3.3.2/x86, on Windows 7/SP1/x64. * Python 3.3.2/x64, on Windows 7/SP1/x64. * Improved Python 3 support. * Cache files now used again. * Problems caused by cache files being stored in text mode, but attempting to write a bytes object in them. Too eager error handling was then causing all such cached file usage to fail silently. * ``WebFault`` containing non-ASCII data now gets constructed correctly. * Fixed issue with encoding of authentication in ``transport/http.py`` (contributed by Phillip Alday). * Unicode/byte string handling fixes. * Fixed encoding long user credentials for basic HTTP authentication in ``transport/http.py`` (contributed by Jan-Wijbrand Kolman). * Fixed an ``IndexError`` occurring when calling a web service operation with only a single input parameter. * Fixed a log formatting error, originated in the original ``suds`` (contributed by Guy Rozendorn). * Fixed local timezone detection code (contributed by Tim Savage). * Setup updated. * Fixed a problem with running the project setup on non-Windows platforms. * ``version.py`` file loading no longer sensitive to the line-ending type used in that file. * Stopped using the ``distribute`` setup package since it has been merged back into the original ``setuptools`` project. Now using ``setuptools`` version 0.7.2 or later. * Automatically downloads & installs an appropriate ``setuptools`` package version if needed. * ``distutils`` ``obsoletes`` setup parameter usage removed when run using this Python versions earlier than 2.5 as that is the first version implementing support for this parameter. * Removed different programming techniques & calls breaking compatibility with Python 2.4. * String ``format()`` method. * Ternary if operator. * Project ``README`` file converted to .rst format (contributed by Phillip Alday). * Corrected internal input/output binding usage. Output binding was being used in several places where the input one was expected. * HTTP status code 200 XML replies containing a ``Fault`` element now consistently as a SOAP fault (plus a warning about the non-standard HTTP status code) both when reporting such faults using exceptions or by returning a (status, reason) tuple. * Before this was done only when reporting them using exceptions. * Reply XML processing now checks the namespace used for ``Envelope`` & ``Body`` elements. * SOAP fault processing now checks the namespaces used for all relevant tags. * Plugins now get a chance to process ``received()`` & ``parsed()`` calls for both success & error replies. * SOAP fault reports with invalid Fault structure no longer cause ``suds`` code to break with an 'invalid attribute' exception. * SOAP fault reports with no ``<detail>`` tag (optional) no longer cause ``suds`` code to break with an 'invalid attribute' exception when run with the ``suds`` ``faults`` option set to ``False``. * Added correct handling for HTTP errors containing no input file information. Previously such cases caused ``suds`` to break with an 'invalid attribute' exception. * ``SimClient`` injection keywords reorganized: * ``msg`` - request message. * ``reply`` - reply message ('msg' must not be set). * ``status`` - HTTP status code accompanying the 'reply' message. * ``description`` - description string accompanying the 'reply' message. * Added ``unwrap`` option, allowing the user to disable ``suds`` library's automated simple document interface unwrapping (contributed by Juraj Ivančić). * SOAP request parameter XML elements no longer constructed in incorrect namespaces in case they have been defined by XSD schema elements referencing XSD schema elements with a different target namespace. * ``DocumentStore`` instance updated. * Separate ``DocumentStore`` instances now hold separate data with every instance holding all the hardcoded ``suds`` library XML document data. * ``DocumentStore`` now supports a dict-like ``update()`` method for adding new documents to it. * ``Client`` instances may now be given a specific ``DocumentStore`` instance using the 'documentStore' option. Not specifying the option uses a shared singleton instance. Specifying the option as ``None`` avoids using any document store whatsoever. * ``suds`` tests no longer have to modify the global shared ``DocumentStore`` data in order to avoid loading its known data from external files and so may no longer affect each other by leaving behind data in that global shared ``DocumentStore``. * Documents may now be fetched from a ``DocumentStore`` using a transport protocol other than ``suds``. When using the ``suds`` protocol an exception is raised if the document could not be found in the store while in all other cases ``None`` is returned instead. * Documents in a ``DocumentStore`` are now accessed as bytes instead file-like stream objects. * Made more ``DocumentStore`` functions private. * Corrected error message displayed in case of a transport error. * Many unit tests updated and added. * Unit tests may now be run using the setuptools ``setup.py test`` command. * Note that this method does not allow passing additional pytest testing framework command-line arguments. To specify any such parameters invoke the pytest framework directly, e.g. using ``python -m pytest`` in the project's root folder. * Internal code cleanup. * Removed undocumented, unused and untested ``binding.replyfilter`` functionality. * Binding classes no longer have anything to do with method independent Fault element processing. * Removed SoapClient ``last_sent()`` and ``last_received()`` functions. * Fixed file closing in ``reader.py`` & ``cache.py`` modules - used files now closed explicitly in case of failed file operations instead of relying on the Python GC to close them 'some time later on'. * Fixed silently ignoring internal exceptions like ``KeyboardInterrupt`` in the ``cache.py`` module. * Removed unused ``Cache`` module ``getf()`` & ``putf()`` functions. ``getf()`` left only in ``FileCache`` and its derived classes. * Known defects. * Security issue CVE-2013-2217 - using fixed default cache location. * Incorrect referencing XSD element's ``form`` attribute value handling - global XSD elements (i.e. top-level + reference elements) sometimes considered unqualified. * Loading recursive WSDL imports is broken. * Loading recursive XSD imports/includes is broken. * Infinite recursion bug encountered when looking for an XSD type in an XSD schema that does not contain it but itself defines a type referencing a recursively defined type from an imported XSD schema. version 0.4.1 jurko 4 (2012-04-17) ---------------------------------- * Based on revision 712 (1e48fd79a1fc323006826439e469ba7b3d2b5a68) from the original ``suds`` Python library development project's Subversion repository. * Last officially packaged & released ``suds`` Python library version - 0.4.1. * Supported Python versions. * Intended to work with Python 2.4+. * Basic sources prepared for Python 2.x. * For using Python 3 the sources first processed by the Python ``py2to3`` tool during the setup procedure. * Installation procedure requires the ``distribute`` Python package to be installed on the system. * Tested in the following environments: * Python 2.7.1/x64 on Windows XP/SP3/x64. * Python 3.2.2/x64 on Windows XP/SP3/x64. * Cleaned up how the distribution package maintainer name string is specified so it does not contain characters causing the setup procedure to fail when run using Python 3+ on systems using CP1250 or UTF-8 as their default code-page. * Internal cleanup - renamed bounded to single_occurrence and unbounded to multi_occurrence. * Original term unbounded meant that its object has more than one occurrence while its name inferred that 'it has no upper limit on its number of occurrences'. * Known defects. * SOAP request parameter XML elements constructed in incorrect namespaces in case they have been defined by XSD schema elements referencing XSD schema elements with a different target namespace. * Security issue CVE-2013-2217 - using fixed default cache location. * Incorrect referencing XSD element's ``form`` attribute value handling - global XSD elements (i.e. top-level + reference elements) sometimes considered unqualified. * Loading recursive WSDL imports is broken. * Loading recursive XSD imports/includes is broken. * Infinite recursion bug encountered when looking for an XSD type in an XSD schema that does not contain it but itself defines a type referencing a recursively defined type from an imported XSD schema. version 0.4.1 jurko 3 (2011-12-26) ---------------------------------- * Based on revision 711 (1be817c8a7672b001eb9e5cce8842ebd0bf424ee) from the original ``suds`` Python library development project's Subversion repository. * Last officially packaged & released ``suds`` Python library version - 0.4.1. * Supported Python versions. * Intended to work with Python 2.4+. * Basic sources prepared for Python 2.x. * For using Python 3 the sources first processed by the Python ``py2to3`` tool during the setup procedure. * Installation procedure requires the ``distribute`` Python package to be installed on the system. * Tested in the following environments: * Python 2.7.1/x86 on Windows XP/SP3/x86. * Python 3.2.2/x86 on Windows XP/SP3/x86. * Operation parameter specification string no longer includes a trailing comma. * ``suds.xsd.xsbasic.Enumeration`` objects now list their value in their string representation. * ``suds.sudsobject.Metadata`` ``__unicode__()``/``__str__()``/``__repr__()`` functions no longer raise an ``AttributeError`` when the object is not empty. * Fixed a bug with ``suds.xsd.sxbasic.TypedContent.resolve()`` returning an incorrect type when called twice on the same node referencing a builtin type with the parameter ``nobuiltin=True``. * Added more test cases. * Known defects. * SOAP request parameter XML elements constructed in incorrect namespaces in case they have been defined by XSD schema elements referencing XSD schema elements with a different target namespace. * Security issue CVE-2013-2217 - using fixed default cache location. * Incorrect referencing XSD element's ``form`` attribute value handling - global XSD elements (i.e. top-level + reference elements) sometimes considered unqualified. * Loading recursive WSDL imports is broken. * Loading recursive XSD imports/includes is broken. * Infinite recursion bug encountered when looking for an XSD type in an XSD schema that does not contain it but itself defines a type referencing a recursively defined type from an imported XSD schema. version 0.4.1 jurko 2 (2011-12-24) ---------------------------------- * Based on revision 711 (1be817c8a7672b001eb9e5cce8842ebd0bf424ee) from the original ``suds`` Python library development project's Subversion repository. * Last officially packaged & released ``suds`` Python library version - 0.4.1. * Supported Python versions. * Intended to work with Python 2.4+. * Basic sources prepared for Python 2.x. * For using Python 3 the sources first processed by the Python ``py2to3`` tool during the setup procedure. * Installation procedure requires the ``distribute`` Python package to be installed on the system. * Tested in the following environments: * Python 2.7.1/x86 on Windows XP/SP3/x86. * Python 3.2.2/x86 on Windows XP/SP3/x86. * Fixed a bug causing converting a ``suds.client.Client`` object to a string to fail & raise an ``IndexError`` exception. * Changed the way ``suds.client.Client to-string`` conversion outputs build info. This fixes a bug in the original ``0.4.1 jurko 1`` forked project release causing printing out a ``suds.client.Client`` object to raise an exception due to the code in question making some undocumented assumptions on how the build information string should be formatted. * Known defects. * SOAP request parameter XML elements constructed in incorrect namespaces in case they have been defined by XSD schema elements referencing XSD schema elements with a different target namespace. * Security issue CVE-2013-2217 - using fixed default cache location. * Incorrect referencing XSD element's ``form`` attribute value handling - global XSD elements (i.e. top-level + reference elements) sometimes considered unqualified. * Loading recursive WSDL imports is broken. * Loading recursive XSD imports/includes is broken. * Infinite recursion bug encountered when looking for an XSD type in an XSD schema that does not contain it but itself defines a type referencing a recursively defined type from an imported XSD schema. version 0.4.1 jurko 1 (2011-12-24) ---------------------------------- * Based on revision 711 (1be817c8a7672b001eb9e5cce8842ebd0bf424ee) from the original ``suds`` Python library development project's Subversion repository. * Last officially packaged & released ``suds`` Python library version - 0.4.1. * Supported Python versions. * Intended to work with Python 2.4+. * Basic sources prepared for Python 2.x. * For using Python 3 the sources first processed by the Python ``py2to3`` tool during the setup procedure. * Installation procedure requires the ``distribute`` Python package to be installed on the system. * Tested in the following environments: * Python 2.7.1/x86 on Windows XP/SP3/x86. * Python 3.2.2/x86 on Windows XP/SP3/x86. * Added Python 3 support: * Based on patches integrated from a Mercurial patch queue maintained by `Bernhard Leiner <https://bitbucket.org/bernh/suds-python-3-patches>`_. * Last collected patch series commit: ``96ffba978d5c74df28846b4273252cf1f94f7c78``. * Original sources compatible with Python 2. Automated conversion to Python 3 sources during setup. * Automated conversion implemented by depending on the ``distribute`` setup package. * Made ``suds`` work with operations taking choice parameters. * Based on a patch by michaelgruenewald & bennetb01 attached to ticket `#342 <http://fedorahosted.org/suds/ticket/342>`_ on the original ``suds`` project issue tracker. Comments listed related to that ticket seem to indicate that there may be additional problems with this patch but so far we have not encountered any. * Fixed the ``DateTimeTest.testOverflow`` test to work correctly in all timezones. * This test would fail if run directly when run on a computer with a positive timezone time adjustment while it would not fail when run together with all the other tests in this module since some other test would leave behind a nonpositive timezone adjustment setting. Now the test explicitly sets its own timezone time adjustment to a negative value. * Fixes a bug referenced in the original ``suds`` project issue tracker as ticket `#422 <http://fedorahosted.org/suds/ticket/422>`_. * Corrected accessing ``suds.xsd.sxbase.SchemaObject`` subitems by index. * Fixes a bug referenced in the original ``suds`` project issue tracker as ticket `#420 <http://fedorahosted.org/suds/ticket/420>`_. * Internal code & project data cleanup. * Extracted version information into a separate module. * Added missing release notes for the original ``suds`` Python library project. * Ported unit tests to the ``pytest`` testing framework. * Cleaned up project tests. * Separated standalone tests from those requiring an external web service. * Added additional unit tests. * Added development related documentation - ``HACKING.txt``. * Setup procedure cleaned up a bit. * Known defects. * Converting a ``suds.client.Client`` object to a string fails & raises an ``IndexError`` exception. * SOAP request parameter XML elements constructed in incorrect namespaces in case they have been defined by XSD schema elements referencing XSD schema elements with a different target namespace. * Security issue CVE-2013-2217 - using fixed default cache location. * Incorrect referencing XSD element's ``form`` attribute value handling - global XSD elements (i.e. top-level + reference elements) sometimes considered unqualified. * Loading recursive WSDL imports is broken. * Loading recursive XSD imports/includes is broken. * Infinite recursion bug encountered when looking for an XSD type in an XSD schema that does not contain it but itself defines a type referencing a recursively defined type from an imported XSD schema. Original suds library release notes ================================================= **version 0.4.1 (2010-10-15)** * <undocumented> * Known defects. * SOAP request parameter XML elements constructed in incorrect namespaces in case they have been defined by XSD schema elements referencing XSD schema elements with a different target namespace. * Security issue CVE-2013-2217 - using fixed default cache location. * Incorrect referencing XSD element's ``form`` attribute value handling - global XSD elements (i.e. top-level + reference elements) sometimes considered unqualified. * Loading recursive WSDL imports is broken. * Loading recursive XSD imports/includes is broken. * Infinite recursion bug encountered when looking for an XSD type in an XSD schema that does not contain it but itself defines a type referencing a recursively defined type from an imported XSD schema. **version 0.4 (2010-09-08)** * Fix spelling errors in spec description. * Fix source0 URL warning. * Updated caching to not cache intermediate WSDLs. * Added ``DocumentCache`` which caches verified XML documents as text. User can choose. * Added ``cachingpolicy`` option to allow user to specify whether to cache XML documents or WSDL objects. * Provided for repeating values in reply for message parts consistent with the way this is handled in nested objects. * Added ``charset=utf-8`` to stock content-type HTTP header. * Added ``<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>`` to outgoing SOAP messages. * Detection of faults in successful (http=200) replies and raise ``WebFault``. Search for ``<soapenv:Fault/>``. * Add plugins facility. * Fixed Tickets: #251, #313, #314, #334. **version 0.3.9 (2009-12-17)** * Bumped python requires to 2.4. * Replaced stream-based caching in the transport package with document-based caching. * Caches pickled ``Document`` objects instead of XML text. 2x Faster! * No more SAX parsing exceptions on damaged or incomplete cached files. * Cached WSDL objects. Entire ``Definitions`` object including contained ``Schema`` object cached via pickle. * Copy of SOAP encoding schema packaged with ``suds``. * Refactor ``Transports`` to use ``ProxyHandler`` instead of ``urllib2.Request.set_proxy()``. * Added WSSE enhancements ``<Timestamp/>`` and ``<Expires/>`` support. See: Timestamp token. * Fixed Tickets: #256, #291, #294, #295, #296. **version 0.3.8 (2009-12-09)** * Included Windows NTLM Transport. * Add missing ``self.messages`` in ``Client.clone()``. * Changed default behavior for WSDL ``PartElement`` to be optional. * Add support for services/ports defined without ``<address/>`` element in WSDL. * Fix ``sax.attribute.Element.attrib()`` to find by name only when ns is not specified; renamed to ``Element.getAttribute()``. * Update ``HttpTransport`` to pass timeout parameter to urllib2 open() methods when supported by urllib2. * Add ``null`` class to pass explicit NULL values for parameters and optional elements. * SOAP encoded array ``soap-enc:Array`` enhancement for rpc/encoded. Arrays passed as python arrays - works like document/literal now. No more using the factory to create the Array. Automatically includes ``arrayType`` attribute. E.g. ``soap-enc:arrayType="Array[2]"``. * Reintroduced ability to pass complex (objects) using python dict instead of ``suds`` object via factory. * Fixed tickets: #84, #261, #262, #263, #265, #266, #278, #280, #282. **version 0.3.7 (2009-10-16)** * Better SOAP header support * Added new transport ``HttpAuthenticated`` for active (not passive) basic authentication. * New options (``prefixes``, ``timeout``, ``retxml``). * WSDL processing enhancements. * Expanded builtin XSD type support. * Fixed ``<xs:include/>``. * Better XML ``date``/``datetime`` conversion. * ``Client.clone()`` method added for lightweight copy of client object. * XSD processing fixes/enhancements. * Better ``<simpleType/>`` by ``<xs:restriction/>`` support. * Performance enhancements. * Fixed tickets: #65, #232, #233, #235, #241, #242, #244, #247, #254, #254, #256, #257, #258. **version 0.3.6 (2009-04-31)** * Change hard coded ``/tmp/suds`` to ``tempfile.gettempdir()`` and create ``suds/`` on demand. * Fix return type for ``Any.get_attribute()``. * Update HTTP caching to ignore ``file://`` URLs. * Better logging of messages when only the reply is injected. * Fix ``XInteger`` and ``XFloat`` types to translate returned arrays properly. * Fix ``xs:import`` schema with same namespace. * Update parser to not load external references and add ``Import.bind()`` for ``XMLSchema.xsd`` location. * Add schema doctor - used to patch XSDs at runtime (see ``Option.doctor``). * Fix deprecation warnings in python 2.6. * Add behavior for ``@default`` defined on ``<element/>``. * Change ``@xsi:type`` value to always be qualified for doc/literal (reverts 0.3.5 change). * Add ``Option.xstq`` option to control when ``@xsi:type`` is qualified. * Fixed Tickets: #64, #129, #205, #206, #217, #221, #222, #224, #225, #228, #229, #230. **version 0.3.5 (2009-04-16)** * Adds HTTP caching. Default is (1) day. Does not apply to method invocation. See: documentation for details. * Removed checking fedora version check in spec since no longer building < fc9. * Updated makefile to roll tarball with tar.sh. * Moved bare/wrapped determination to WSDL for document/literal. * Refactored ``Transport`` into a package (provides better logging of HTTP headers). * Fixed Tickets: #207, #209, #210, #212, #214, #215. **version 0.3.4 (2009-02-24)** * Static (automatic) ``Import.bind('http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/encoding/')``, users no longer need to do this. * Basic ws-security with {{{UsernameToken}}} and clear-text password only. * Add support for ``sparse`` SOAP headers via passing dictionary. * Add support for arbitrary user defined SOAP headers. * Fixes service operations with multiple SOAP header entries. * Schema loading and dereferencing algorithm enhancements. * Nested SOAP multirefs fixed. * Better (true) support for ``elementFormDefault="unqualified"`` provides more accurate namespacing. * WSDL part types no longer default to WSDL ``targetNamespace``. * Fixed Tickets: #4, #6, #21, #32, #62, #66, #71, #72, #114, #155, #201. **version 0.3.3 (2008-11-31)** * No longer installs (tests) package. * Implements API-3 proposal (https://fedorahosted.org/suds/wiki/Api3Proposal). * Pluggable transport. * Keyword method arguments. * Basic HTTP authentication in default transport. * Add namespace prefix normalization in SOAP message. * Better SOAP message pruning of empty nodes. * Fixed Tickets: #51 - #60. **version 0.3.2 (2008-11-07)** * SOAP {{{MultiRef}}} support ``(1st pass added r300)``. * Add support for new schema tags: * ``<xs:include/>`` * ``<xs:simpleContent/>`` * ``<xs:group/>`` * ``<xs:attributeGroup/>`` * Added support for new xs <--> python type conversions: * ``xs:int`` * ``xs:long`` * ``xs:float`` * ``xs:double`` * Revise marshaller and binding to further sharpen the namespacing of nodes produced. * Infinite recursion fixed in ``xsd`` package ``dereference()`` during schema loading. * Add support for ``<wsdl:import/>`` of schema files into the WSDL root ``<definitions/>``. * Fix double encoding of (&). * Add Client API: * ``setheaders()`` - same as keyword but works for all invocations. * ``addprefix()`` - mapping of namespace prefixes. * ``setlocation()`` - override the location in the WSDL; same as keyword except for all calls. * ``setproxy()`` - same as proxy keyword but for all invocations. * Add proper namespace prefix for SOAP headers. * Fixed Tickets: #5, #12, #34, #37, #40, #44, #45, #46, #48, #49, #50, #51. **version 0.3.1 (2008-10-01)** * Quick follow up to the 0.3 release that made working multi-port service definitions harder then necessary. After consideration (and a good night sleep), it seemed obvious that a few changes would make this much easier: 1) filter out the non-SOAP bindings - they were causing the real trouble; 2) since most servers are happy with any of the SOAP bindings (SOAP 1.1 and 1.2), ambiguous references to methods when invoking then without the port qualification will work just fine in almost every case. So, why not just allow ``suds`` to select the port. Let us not make the user do it when it is not necessary. In most cases, users on 0.2.9 and earlier will not have to update their code when moving to 0.3.1 as they might have in 0.3. **version 0.3 (2008-09-30)** * Extends the support for multi-port services introduced in 0.2.9. This addition, provides for multiple services to define the *same* method and ``suds`` will handle it properly. See section 'SERVICES WITH MULTIPLE PORTS:'. * Add support for multi-document document/literal SOAP binding style. See section 'MULTI-DOCUMENT Document/Literal:'. * Add support for ``xs:group``, ``xs:attributeGroup`` tags. * Add ``Client.last_sent()`` and ``Client.last_received()``. **version 0.2.9 (2008-09-09)** * Support for multiple ports within a service. * Attribute references ``<xs:attribute ref=""/>``. * Make XML special character encoder in sax package - pluggable. **version 0.2.8 (2008-08-28)** * Update document/literal binding to always send the document root referenced by the ``<part/>``. After yet another review of the space and user input, seems like the referenced element is ALWAYS the document root. * Add support for 'binding' ``schemaLocation``s to namespace-uri. This is for imports that do not specify a ``schemaLocation`` and still expect the schema to be downloaded. E.g. Axis references 'http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/encoding/' without a schemaLocation. So, by doing this:: > > from suds.xsd.sxbasic import Import > Import.bind('http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/encoding/') > The schema is bound to a ``schemaLocation`` and it is downloaded. * Basic unmarshaller does not need a `schema`. Should have been removed during refactoring but was missed. * Update client to pass kwargs to ``send()`` and add ``location`` kwarg for overriding the service location in the WSDL. * Update marshaller to NOT emit XML for object attributes that represent elements and/or attributes that are *both* optional and ``value=None``. * Update factory (builder) to include all attributes. * Add ``optional()`` method to ``SchemaObject``. * Update WSDL to override namespace in operation if specified. * Fix schema loading issue - build all schemas before processing imports. * Update packaging in preparation of submission to fedora. **version 0.2.7 (2008-08-11)** * Add detection/support for document/literal - wrapped and unwrapped. * Update document/literal {wrapped} to set document root (under <body/>) to be the wrapper element (w/ proper namespace). * Add support for ``<sequence/>``, ``<all/>`` and ``<choice/>`` having ``maxOccurs`` and have the. This causes the unmarshaller to set values for elements contained in an unbounded collection as a list. * Update client.factory (builder) to omit children of ``<choice/>`` since the 'user' really needs to decide which children to include. * Update flattening algorithm to prevent re-flattening of types from imported schemas. * Adjustments to flattening/merging algorithms. **version 0.2.6 (2008-08-05)** * Fix ENUMs broken during ``xsd`` package overhaul. * Fix type as defined in ticket #24. * Fix duplicate param names in method signatures as reported in ticket #30. * ``suds`` licensed as LGPL. * Remove logging setup in ``suds.__init__()`` as suggested by patch in ticket #31. Users will now need to configure the logger. * Add support for ``Client.Factory.create()`` alt: syntax for fully qualifying the type to be built as: ``{namespace}name``. E.g.:: > client.factory.create('{http://blabla.com/ns}Person') **version 0.2.5 (2008-08-01)** * Overhauled the ``xsd`` package. This new (merging) approach is simpler and should be more reliable and maintainable. Also, should provide better performance since the merged schema performs lookups via dictionary lookup. This overhaul should fix current ``TypeNotFound`` and ``<xs:extension/>`` problems, I hope :-). * Fixed dateTime printing bug. * Added infinite recursion prevention in ``builder.Builder`` for XSD types that contain themselves. **version 0.2.4 (2008-07-28)** * Added support for WSDL imports: ``<wsdl:import/>``. * Added support for XSD<->python type conversions (thanks: Nathan Van Gheem) for: * ``xs:date`` * ``xs:time`` * ``xs:dateTime`` * Fixed: * Bug: Schema ``<import/>`` with ``schemaLocation`` specified. * Bug: Namespaces specified in service description not valid until client/ proxy is printed. **version 0.2.3 (2008-07-23)** * Optimizations. **version 0.2.2 (2008-07-08)** * Update exceptions to be more /standard/ python by using ``Exception.__init__()`` to set ``Exception.message`` as suggested by ticket #14; update bindings to raise ``WebFault`` passing (p). * Add capability in bindings to handle multiple root nodes in the returned values; returned as a composite object unlike when lists are returned. * Fix ``soapAction`` to be enclosed by quotes. * Add support for ``<xs:all/>``. * Fix ``unbounded()`` method in ``SchemaObject``. * Refactored schema into new ``xsd`` package. Files just getting too big. Added ``execute()`` to ``Query`` and retrofitted ``suds`` to ``execute()`` query instead of using ``Schema.find()`` directly. Also, moved hokey ``start()`` methods from schema, as well as, query incrementation. * Add ``inject`` keyword used to ``inject`` outbound SOAP messages and/or inbound reply messages. * Refactored SoapClient and 1) rename ``send()`` to ``invoke(``) 2) split message sending from ``invoke()`` and place in ``send()`` * Add ``TestClient`` which allows for invocation kwargs to have ``inject={'msg=, and reply='}`` for message and reply injection. * Add ``Namespace`` class to ``sax`` for better management of namespace behavior; retrofix ``suds`` to import and use ``Namespace``. * Change the default namespace used to resolve referenced types (having attributes ``@base=""``, ``@type=""``) so that when no prefix is specified: uses XML (node) namespace instead of the ``targetNamespace``. * Apply fix as defined by davidglick@onenw.org in ticket #13. * Update service definition to print to display service methods as ``my_method(xs:int arg0, Person arg1)`` instead of ``my_method(arg0{xs:int}, arg1{Person})`` which is more like traditional method signatures. * Add XSD/python type conversion to unmarshaller (``XBoolean`` only); refactor unmarshaller to use ``Content`` class which makes APIs cleaner, adds symmetry between marshaller(s) and unmarshaller(s), provides good mechanism for schema-property based type conversions. * Refactored marshaller with Appenders; add ``nobuiltin`` flag to ``resolve()`` to support fix for ``returned_type()`` and ``returned_collection()`` in bindings. * Add support for (202, 204) HTTP codes. * Add ``XBoolean`` and mappings; add ``findattr()`` to ``TreeResolver`` in preparation for type conversions. * Updated schema and schema property loading (deep recursion stopped); Changed ``Imported`` schemas so then no longer copy imported schemas, rather the import proxies find requests; Add ``ServiceDefinition`` class which provides better service inspection; also provides namespace mapping and show types; schema property API simplified; support for ``xs:any`` and ``xs:anyType`` added; Some schema lookup problems fixed; Binding classes refactored slightly; A lot of debug logging added (might have to comment some out for performance - some of the args are expensive). * Add ``sudsobject.Property``; a property is a special ``Object`` that contains a ``value`` attribute and is returned by the ``Builder`` (factory) for schema-types without children such as: ``<element/>`` and ``<simpleType/>``; ``Builder``, ``Marshaller`` and ``Resolver`` updated to handle ``Properties``; ``Resolver`` and ``Schema`` also updated to handle attribute lookups (this was missing). * Add groundwork for user defined SOAP headers. * Fix ``elementFormDefault`` per ticket #7 * Remove unused kwargs from bindings; cache bindings in WSDL; retrofit legacy ``ServiceProxy`` to delegate to {new} ``Client`` API; remove keyword ``nil_supported`` in favor of natural handling by ``nillable`` attribute on ``<element/>`` within schemas. * Add support for ``<element/>`` attribute flags (``nillable`` and ``form``). * Add the ``Proxy`` (2nd generation API) class. * Add accessor/conversion functions so that users do not need to access ``__x__`` attributes. Also add ``todict()`` and ``get_items()`` for easy conversion to dictionary and iteration. * Search top-level elements for ``@ref`` before looking deeper. * Add ``derived()`` to ``SchemaObject``. This is needed to ensure that all derived types (WSDL classes) are qualified by ``xsi:type`` without specifying the ``xsi:type`` for all custom types as did in earlier ``suds`` releases. Update the literal marshaller to only add the ``xsi:type`` when the type needs to be specified. * Change ns promotion in ``sax`` to prevent ns promoted to parent when parent has the prefix. * Changed binding ``returned_type()`` to return the (unresolved) ``Element``. * In order to support the new features and fix reported bugs, I'm in the process of refactoring and hopefully evolving the components in ``suds`` that provide the input/output translations: * ``Builder`` (translates: XSD objects => python objects) * ``Marshaller`` (translates: python objects => XML/SOAP) * ``Unmarshaller`` (translates: XML/SOAP => python objects) This evolution will provide better symmetry between these components as follows: The ``Builder`` and ``Unmarshaller`` will produce python (subclass of ``sudsobject.Object``) objects with: * ``__metadata__.__type__`` = XSD type (``SchemaObject``) * subclass name (``__class__.__name__``) = schema-type name and The ``Marshaller``, while consuming python objects produced by the ``Builder`` or ``Unmarshaller``, will leverage this standard information to produce the appropriate output (XML/SOAP). The 0.2.1 code behaves *mostly* like this but ... not quite. Also, the implementations have some redundancy. While doing this, it made sense to factor out the common schema-type "lookup" functionality used by the ``Builder``, ``Marshaller`` and ``Unmarshaller`` classes into a hierarchy of ``Resolver`` classes. This reduces the complexity and redundancy of the ``Builder``, ``Marshaller`` and ``Unmarshaller`` classes and allows for better modularity. Once this refactoring was complete, the difference between the literal/encoded ``Marshallers`` became very small. Given that the amount of code in the ``bindings.literal`` and ``bindings.encoded`` packages was small (and getting smaller) and in the interest of keeping the ``suds`` code base compact, I moved all of the marshalling classes to the ``bindings.marshaller`` module. All of the ``bindings.XX`` sub-packages will be removed. The net effect: All of the ``suds`` major components: * client (old: service proxy) * WSDL * schema (xsd package) * resolvers * output (marshalling) * builder * input (unmarshalling) Now have better: * modularity * symmetry with regard to ``Object`` metadata. * code re-use (< 1% code duplication --- I hope) * looser coupling and better provide for the following features/bug-fix: * Proper level of XML element qualification based on ``<schema elementFormDefault=""/>`` attribute. This will ensure that when ``elementFormDefault="qualified"``, ``suds`` will include the proper namespace on root elements for both literal and encoded bindings. In order for this to work properly, the literal marshaller (like the encoded marshaller) needed to be schema-type aware. Had I added the same schema-type lookup as the encoded marshaller instead of the refactoring described above, the two classes would have been almost a complete duplicate of each other :-( * The builder and unmarshaller used the ``schema.Schema.find()`` to resolve schema-types. They constructed a path as ``person.name.first`` to resolve types in proper context. Since ``Schema.find()`` was stateless, it resolved the intermediate path elements on every call. The new resolver classes are stateful and resolve child types *much* more efficiently. * Prevent name collisions in ``sudsobject.Object`` like the ``items()`` method. I've moved all methods (including class methods) to a ``Factory`` class that is included in the ``Object`` class as a class attr (``__factory__``). Now that *all* attributes have python built-in naming, we should not have any more name collisions. This of course assumes that no WSDL/schema entity names will have a name with the python built-in naming convention but I have to draw the line somewhere. :-) **version 0.2.1 (2008-05-08)** * Update the ``schema.py`` ``SchemaProperty`` loading sequence so that the schema is loaded in 3 steps: 1) Build the raw tree. 2) Resolve dependencies such as ``@ref`` and ``@base``. 3) Promote grandchildren as needed to flatten (denormalize) the tree. The WSDL was also changed to only load the schema once and store it. The schema collection was changed to load schemas in 2 steps: 1) Create all raw schema objects. 2) Load schemas. This ensures that local imported schemas can be found when referenced out of order. The ``sax.py`` ``Element`` interface changed: ``attribute()`` replaced by ``get()`` and ``set()``. Also, ``__getitem__()`` and ``__setitem__()`` can be used to access attribute values. Epydocs updated for ``sax.py``. And ... last ``<element ref=/>`` now supported properly. * Fix logging by: NOT setting to info in ``suds.__init__.logger()``; set handler on root logger only; moved logger (log) from classes to modules and use __name__ for logger name. NOTE: This means that to enable SOAP message logging one should use:: > > logger('suds.serviceproxy').setLevel(logging.DEBUG) > instead of:: > > logger('serviceproxy').setLevel(logging.DEBUG) > * Add support for XSD schema ``<attribute/>`` nodes which primarily affects objects returned by the ``Builder``. * Update ``serviceproxy.py:set_proxies()`` to log ``DEBUG`` instead of ``INFO``. * Enhance schema ``__str__()`` to show both the raw XML and the model (mostly for debugging). **version 0.2 (2008-04-28)** * Contains the first cut at the rpc/encoded SOAP style. * Replaced ``Property`` class with ``suds.sudsobject.Object``. The ``Property`` class was developed a long time ago with a slightly different purpose. The ``suds`` ``Object`` is a simpler (more straight forward) approach that requires less code and works better in the debugger. * The ``Binding`` (and the encoding) is selected on a per-method basis which is more consistent with the WSDL. In <= 0.1.7, the binding was selected when the ``ServiceProxy`` was constructed and used for all service methods. The binding was stored as ``self.binding``. Since the WSDL provides for a separate binding style and encoding for each operation, ``suds`` needed to be change to work the same way. * The ``nil_supported`` and ``faults`` flag(s) passed into the service proxy using \**kwargs. In addition to these flags, a ``http_proxy`` flag has been added and is passed to the ``urllib2.Request`` object. The following args are supported: * ``faults`` = Raise faults raised by server (default:``True``), else return tuple from service method invocation as (HTTP code, object). * ``nil_supported`` = The bindings will set the ``xsi:nil="true"`` on nodes that have a ``value=None`` when this flag is ``True`` (default:``True``). Otherwise, an empty node ``<x/>`` is sent. * ``proxy`` = An HTTP proxy to be specified on requests (default:``{}``). The proxy is defined as ``{protocol:proxy,}``. * HTTP proxy supported (see above). * ``ServiceProxy`` refactored to delegate to a ``SoapClient``. Since the service proxy exposes web services via ``getattr()``, any attribute (including methods) provided by the ``ServiceProxy`` class hides WS operations defined by the WSDL. So, by moving everything to the ``SoapClient``, WSDL operations are no longer hidden without having to use *hokey* names for attributes and methods in the service proxy. Instead, the service proxy has ``__client__`` and ``__factory__`` attributes (which really should be at low risk for name collision). For now the ``get_instance()`` and ``get_enum()`` methods have not been moved to preserve backward compatibility. Although, the preferred API change would to replace:: > service = ServiceProxy('myurl') > person = service.get_instance('person') with something like:: > service = ServiceProxy('myurl') > person = service.__factory__.get_instance('person') After a few releases giving time for users to switch the new API, the ``get_instance()`` and ``get_enum()`` methods may be removed with a notice in big letters. * Fixed problem where a WSDL does not define a ``<schema/>`` section and ``suds`` can not resolve the prefixes for the ``http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema`` namespace to detect builtin types such as ``xs:string``. **version 0.1.7 (2008-04-08)** * Added ``Binding.nil_supported`` to control how property values (out) = ``None`` and empty tag (in) are processed. * ``service.binding.nil_supported = True`` -- means that property values = ``None`` are marshalled (out) as ``<x xsi:nil=true/>`` and <x/> is unmarshalled as ``''`` and ``<x xsi:nil/>`` is unmarshalled as ``None``. * ``service.binding.nil_supported = False`` -- means that property values = ``None`` are marshalled (out) as ``<x/>`` *and* ``<x xsi:nil=true/>`` is unmarshalled as ``None``. The ``xsi:nil`` is really ignored. * THE DEFAULT IS ``True``. * Sax handler updated to handle ``multiple character()`` callbacks when the sax parser "chunks" the text. When the ``node.text`` is ``None``, the ``node.text`` is set to the characters. Else, the characters are appended. Thanks - 'andrea.spinelli@imteam.it'. * Replaced special ``text`` attribute with ``__text__`` to allow for natural elements named "text". * Add unicode support by: * Add ``__unicode__()`` to all classes with ``__str__()``. * Replace all ``str()`` calls with ``unicode()``. * ``__str__()`` returns UTF-8 encoded result of ``__unicode__()``. * XML output encoded as UTF-8 which matches the HTTP header and supports unicode. * ``SchemaCollection`` changed to provide the ``builtin()`` and ``custom()`` methods. To support this, ``findPrefixes()`` was added to the ``Element`` in ``sax.py``. This is a better approach anyway since the WSDL and schemas may have many prefixes to 'http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema'. Tested using both doc/lit and rpc/lit bindings. * Refactored bindings packages from document & rpc to literal & encoded. * Contains the completion of *full* namespace support as follows: * Namespace prefixes are no longer stripped from attribute values that reference types defined in the WSDL. * Schema's imported using ``<import/>`` should properly handle namespace and prefix mapping and re-mapping as needed. * All types are resolved, using fully qualified (w/ namespaces) lookups. * ``Schema.get_type()`` supports paths with and without ns prefixes. When no prefix is specified the type is matched using the schema's target namespace. * Property maintains attribute names (keys) in the order added. This also means that ``get_item()`` and ``get_names()`` return ordered values. Although, I suspect ordering really needs to be done in the marshaller using the order specified in the WSDL/schema. * Major refactoring of the ``schema.py``. The primary goals is preparation for type lookups that are fully qualified by namespace. Once completed, the prefixes on attribute values will no longer be stripped (purged). Change summary: 1) ``SchemaProperty`` overlay classes created at ``__init__()`` instead of on-demand. 2) schema imports performed by new ``Import`` class instead of by ``Schema``. 3) Schema loads top level properties using a factory. 4) All ``SchemaProperty`` /children/ lists are sorted by ``__cmp__()`` in ``SchemaProperty`` derived classes. This ensures that types with the same name are resolved in the following order (``Import``, ``Complex``, ``Simple``, ``Element``). 5) All /children/ ``SchemaProperty`` lists are constructed at ``__init__()`` instead of on-demand. 6) The SchemaGroup created and WSDL class updated. This works better then having the WSDL aggregate the ``<schema/>`` nodes which severs linkage to the WSDL parent element that have namespace prefix mapping. 7) ``<import/>`` element handles properly in that both namespace remapping and prefix re-mapping of the imported schema's ``targetNamespace`` and associated prefix mapping - is performed. E.g. SCHEMA-A has prefix ``tns`` mapped as ``xmlns:tns=http://nsA`` and has ``targetNamespace='http://nsA'``. SCHEMA-B is importing schema A and has prefix ``abc`` mapped as ``xmlns:abc='http://nsABC'``. SCHEMA-B imports A as ``<import namespace=http://nsB xxx schemaLocation=http://nsA/schema-a.xsd>``. So, since SCHEMA-B will be referencing elements of SCHEMA-A with prefix ``abc`` such as ``abc:something``, SCHEMA-A's ``targetNamespace`` must be updated as ``http://nsABC`` and all elements with ``type=tns:something`` must be updated to be ``type=abc:something`` so they can be resolved. * Fixes unmarshalling problem where nodes are added to property as (text, value). This was introduced when the bindings were refactored. * Fixed various ``Property`` print problems. Notes: Thanks to Jesper Noehr of Coniuro for the majority of the rpc/literal binding and for lots of collaboration on ``#suds``. **version 0.1.6 (2008-03-06)** * Provides proper handling of WSDLs that contain schema sections containing XSD schema imports: ``<import namespace="" schemaLocation=""?>``. The referenced schemas are imported when a ``schemaLocation`` is specified. * Raises exceptions for HTTP status codes not already handled. **version 0.1.5 (2008-02-21)** * Provides better logging in the modules get logger by hierarchal names. * Refactored as needed to truly support other bindings. * Add ``sax`` module which replaces ``ElementTree``. This is faster, simpler and handles namespaces (prefixes) properly. **version 0.1.4 (2007-12-21)** * Provides for service method parameters to be ``None``. * Add proper handling of method params that are lists of property objects. **version 0.1.3 (2007-12-19)** * Fixes problem where nodes marked as a collection (``maxOccurs`` > 1) not creating property objects with ``value=[]`` when mapped-in with < 2 values by the ``DocumentReader``. Caused by missing the ``bindings.Document.ReplyHint.stripns()` (which uses ``DocumentReader.stripns()``) conversion to ``DocumentReader.stripn()`` now returning a tuple ``(ns, tag)`` as of 0.1.2. **version 0.1.2 (2007-12-18)** * This release contains an update to property adds: - ``Metadata`` support. - Overrides: ``__getitem__``, ``__setitem__``, ``__contains__``. - Changes property(reader|writer) to use the ``property.metadata`` to handle namespaces for XML documents. - Fixes ``setup.py`` requires. **version 0.1.1 (2007-12-17)** * This release marks the first release in fedora hosted.