Turns out all I needed to do was:
data = self.getResponse()
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From: Oliver Bock
To: users@maxq.tigris.org
Sent: Friday, May 11, 2007 4:31 PM
Subject: Re: [maxq-users] Capture return data

You might be able to get by with Jython's string class and regular expressions, but they're not well suited to HTML.  You could use one of the many HTML parsing libraries written in Java, and you could probably also use the XML/HTML parsing from the Python standard libraries if it's in pure Python (which it probably is).


  Oliver

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On 08/05/2007, at 06:58, jh wrote:

Is there a method with maxq by which I can parse the html that comes back other than just the return value?
 
Thanks,
 
jh