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Shows how to remotely access a database via a web service supporting XML-RPC and SOAP protocols. The example uses the MySQLdb module, but should be easily customised to any database with Python module adhering to the Python DB API. The web service interface provides the ability to make a self contained query, or allows the creation of a distinct database cursor to service a series of queries or updates without other clients interfering....



Simple example of setting up a distributed message oriented request/reply architecture. Shows creation of a central exchange service which all participating processes connect to. Services assign themselves a name and export the methods which are...



This is yet another example of an XML-RPC capable web service. Where this example is different though, is that the service can be accessed at the same time using the SOAP protocol. Confusion is avoided by clients for each protocol using different...



Simple example of setting up a distributed publish/subscribe system. Shows creation of a central exchange service which all participating processes connect to. Services can then set themselves up as publishers, with other services able to...