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While this below code is simple, it uses two important approaches: utilizes a Requests Session to keep Siteminder login cookies/headers it has a two step load, allowing to fill out the Siteminder form import requests if __name__ == "__main__": mysite = 'http://mysite/' credentials = {'USER': 'myuser', 'PASSWORD': 'mypassword'} s = requests.session() # use Session to keep cookies around page = s.get(mysite), data=credentials) # page.url is the Siteminder login screen page = s.


When looking into AWS SimpleDB, a quick search didn’t return any short Python Boto3 examples. So I decided to post one. (As with any services you to subscribe to, running this code below might cost you money …) from __future__ import print_function import boto3 def quote(string): return string.replace("'", "''").replace('"', '""').replace('`', '``') def put_attributes(sdb, domain, id, color): response = sdb.put_attributes( DomainName=domain, ItemName=id, Attributes=[ { 'Name': 'color', 'Value': color, 'Replace': True }, ], ) print(response) if __name__ == "__main__": domain = "TEST_DOMAIN" sdb = boto3.



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