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Continuing their example of a Web service for storing and managing software, Uche Ogbuji and Mike Olson illustrate how to update the repository using SOAP messages and how to advertise it as a Web service.

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  1. The Python Web Services Developer: Part 3
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By: Mike Olson and Uche Ogbuji
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July 31, 2003

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SOAP support allows integration of our software repository with the rapidly emerging Web services infrastructure, while basic HTTP POST support allows humans and more traditional HTTP-based automation. As we have shown it is fairly simple to build both those interfaces into the same application using Python based services. In the next installment we shall round out the techniques for development of our software repository as a Web Service.

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