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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by bmaccion (3180) on 2002.05.23 23:34 (#8787)
    I don't think that 3 paragraphs really says how it was done or what was accomplished. Was he using server side or client side SOAP::Lite? Was he using SOAP::HTTP::Daemon or an apache frontend? These are the things that will help get SOAP::Lite in the workplace.
    • Was he using server side or client side SOAP::Lite?

      I used it both server-side (Windows NT) and client-side (Solaris).

      Was he using SOAP::HTTP::Daemon or an apache frontend?

      I used SOAP::Transport::HTTP::CGI.

      I needed to write a CGI script that integrated data from an Informix database on a Solaris box with data from a SQL Server database on an NT box. I first tried to serve the script on the NT box and connect to Informix remotely with DBD::Informix. We ran into a lot of problems installing DBD::Inf