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Journal of rob_au (1845)

Thursday June 17, 2004
01:11 AM

SOAP and WSDL

[ #19315 ]

I know that there are issues with WSDL support in SOAP::Lite; I have spent much time previously working with or around the issues with WSDL support in SOAP::Lite; I have cursed and moaned about WSDL support in Perl previously ... Yet when I want to test a new component of the web service under development, I still start typing perl -MSOAP::Lite -le 'print SOAP::Lite->service("http://... only to be bitten by WSDL support bugs once more ...

I really can be a moron sometimes.

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  • We were/are using it to do Python/Perl interop - I sent a couple pf bug fixes to Paul, but I don't know if he got them.

    The fixes allow you to use relative paths to WSDL (yes, you can use WSDL without having to run a webserver too, and relative includes work too!) and to parse the way Python ZSI returns an array of items with the same name (normally, SOAP::Lite says, "hmm, dunno what this is - gotta be a hash", and proceeds to dump all but one of the items of the same name on the floor. The fix processes st