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Turns out, the other way is appropriate.

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1 parent b308bdd commit bdfb5bfc068aceadd760b68478431b11539265e3 @xealot xealot committed May 12, 2011
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  1. +4 −4 doc/source/pages/helloworld.rst
@@ -9,14 +9,14 @@ Declaring a Soaplib Service
::
import soaplib
- from soaplib.core.service import rpc, DefinitionBase
+ from soaplib.core.service import soap, DefinitionBase
from soaplib.core.model.primitive import String, Integer
from soaplib.core.server import wsgi
from soaplib.core.model.clazz import Array
class HelloWorldService(DefinitionBase):
- @rpc(String,Integer,_returns=Array(String))
+ @soap(String,Integer,_returns=Array(String))
def say_hello(self,name,times):
results = []
for i in range(0,times):
@@ -40,7 +40,7 @@ Dissecting this example: DefinitionBase is the base class for all soap services.
The rpc decorator exposes methods as soap method and declares the
data types it accepts and returns. ::
- from soaplib.core.service import rpc
+ from soaplib.core.service import soap
Import the model for this method (more on models later)::
@@ -57,7 +57,7 @@ the types and order of the soap parameters, as well as the return value.
This method takes in a String, an Integer and returns an
Array of Strings -> Array(String).::
- @rpc(String,Integer,_returns=Array(String))
+ @soap(String,Integer,_returns=Array(String))
The method itself has nothing special about it whatsoever. All input
variables and return types are standard python objects::

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