You can do it in 2step.
- Map uniprot IDs to PDB Ids using IDmapping tool (http://www.uniprot.org/uploadlists/)
- Go PDB advanced search, input pdb ids comma separated, submit, then generate custom report where u can select SCOP IDS.
Results can be downloaded as excel file.
Let me know if this does not help.
Sample: Id retriving Input : A0A4Z3,A0A8M2,A0AT29,A0AT32,A0AT33,A0AV96,A0AVK6,A0AVT1,A0FGR8,A0FGR9,A0FKI7 output pdbs were submitted to Advanced search and Scop Ids mapped
Only Output: 2DIS A 131532 [8-103] A0AV96
SCOp Id 131532 : when mapped with parseable file ( as provided in link by you) Results is 131532 px d.58.7.1 d2disa1 2dis A:8-103 which means 131532 belongs to Alpha and beta proteins (a+b).
Single uniprot id can harbor folds belonging to multiple Class , therefore a protein will be annotated with multiple structural class.
Please correct me if I am misinterpreting the results.