The one I know of is
which is offered by Serial Solutions. It's a .NET framework.
On Thu, Jan 24, 2013 at 8:28 AM, Van Mil, James (vanmiljf) <
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> Hi Bill,
> There's a lightweight python client:
> (I haven't used it, just know *of* it)
> James Van Mil
> Collections & Electronic Resources Librarian
> University of Cincinnati Libraries
> Telephone: (513)556-1410
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> Bill Dueber
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> Subject: [CODE4LIB] Anyone have a SUSHI client?
> [Background: SUSHI
> <http://www.niso.org/committees/SUSHI/SUSHI_comm.html>is a SOAP protocol
> for getting data on use of electronic resources in the COUNTER format]
> I'm just starting to look at trying to get COUNTER data via SUSHI into our
> data warehouse, and I'm discovering that apparently no one has worked on a
> SUSHI client since late 2009.
> Unless....I'm missing one? Anyone out there using SUSHI and have a client
> that works and is up-to-date and has some documentation of some sort? I'd
> prefer ruby or java, but will take anything that'll run under linux (i.e.,
> not C#) at this point.
> I'm desperately trying not to have to deal with the raw SOAP and parsing
> the XML and such, so any help would be appreciated.
> Bill Dueber
> Library Systems Programmer
> University of Michigan Library