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Stuff with the Perl Foundation. A couple of patches in the Perl core. A few CPAN modules. That about sums it up.

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Wednesday October 13, 2004
01:33 PM


[ #21324 ]

Our customer appears to have set things up correctly at their end. Regrettably, SOAP::Lite is a bit, er, confusing. It's retrieving everything correctly, but it's being coy and refusing to actually let me have the data. I think I'll buy it flowers.

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  • If the SOAP method returns multiple items (e.g., returns a Vector) see a recent blog entry [] I wrote after running into this. It is possible to make SOAP::Lite behave, just takes a little work...
  • I agree that SOAP::Lite is quite opaque.  In my work, I usually skip the "handy" wrappers that SOAP::Lite offers and dig into the XML.  Here's a snippet like what I use in my unreleased SOAPClient package

    sub call
      my ($uri, $proxy, $timeout, $method, $args, $want) = @_;
      my @args = map {SOAP::Data->name($_, $args->{$_})} keys %$args;
      my $som = SOAP::Lite
         ->proxy($proxy, timeout => $timeout)