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jonasbn (1153)

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Perl Programmer located in Copenhagen, Denmark. Active member of Copenhagen Perl Mongers.

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Journal of jonasbn (1153)

Sunday January 29, 2006
06:12 AM

SOAP::Lite Frustrations follow-up

[ #28507 ]

One of the former employees with my client dropped by friday, he had been playing around with SOAP in the Linux/mod_perl environment, which have been giving me so many frustrations.

He had a flash-back of what his problems was and a few google searches lates we had a solution. The hits linking to PerlMonks articles.

PerlMonks would probably have been my next step in the way to get some assistance.

So know I have a proposed solution and I will asked the project manager to take care of the political part of getting the Apache servers rebuilt without expat-lite, which seems to be the problem, I need the full expat in order to get the mod_perl based webservices up and running.

I do not not what the response will be to the proposed solution, but at least I know where the problem is.

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