RPC4Django is an XMLRPC and JSONRPC server for Django powered projects. Simply plug it into any existing Django project and you can make your methods available via XMLRPC and JSONRPC.
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pip install rpc4django[reST]


  1. First, you need to add new url pattern to your root urls.py file. You can replace r'^RPC2$' with anything you like.

    # urls.py
    urlpatterns = patterns('',
        # rpc4django will need to be in your Python path
        (r'^RPC2$', 'rpc4django.views.serve_rpc_request'),
  2. Second, add RPC4Django to the list of installed applications in your settings.py.

    # settings.py
  3. Lastly, you need to let RPC4Django know which methods to make available. RPC4Django recursively imports all the apps in INSTALLED_APPS and makes any methods importable via __init__.py with the @rpcmethod decorator available as RPC methods. You can always write your RPC methods in another module and simply import it in __init__.py.

    # testapp/__init__.py
    from rpc4django import rpcmethod
    # The doc string supports reST if docutils is installed
    @rpcmethod(name='mynamespace.add', signature=['int', 'int', 'int'])
    def add(a, b):
        '''Adds two numbers together
        >>> add(1, 2)
        return a+b
  4. For additional information, read the docs