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From "Emmanuel Venisse" <>
Subject Re: XMLRPC Extensions
Date Mon, 04 Feb 2008 22:30:24 GMT
I think we use actually XMLRPC extensiosns ( I can't remember why, but
maybe you can remove it in the xmlrpc server part to see if it run without


On Feb 4, 2008 7:55 PM, jimmy <> wrote:

> I am wondering exactly what the XMLRPC Extensions are that you are using
> entail?
> I am trying to write an XMLRPC Client in Python to connect to Continuum
> but it appears that the standard XMLRPC implementation provided by
> Python does not work and I am trying to pinpoint the problem
> I have been diving into Continuum code trying to figure out how it
> differs from a standard XMLRPC implementation.
> Right now my best guess is an authentication problem using Python's
> XMLRPC library but that is just a guess.
> Basically every command I try to execute on my Continuum server I get a
> fault error message of 'No such handler: system.listMethods'
> Any information or pointers would be beneficial.
> Thank You
> Jimmy

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