Thanks for asking. That's the tricky questions (or maybe tricky
Last version (0.50) has the ability to dispatch calls directly to the
object on server side and I tested it with Perl objects. It should
also work with COM objects, but I didn't test it yet, though I don't
see why it shoudn't work.
call CreateObject("SOAP.Lite") _
"LocalAddr", "localhost", _
"LocalPort", 80) _
dispatch_with accepts hash where keys are URI or SOAPAction of
incoming call and value is the CLASS (as the string 'CLASS'), or
object where this call should be dispatched to (in your case it will
be the COM object). In some complex cases, where you need to alter
parameters, you may create simple Perl class wrapper and pass the
object of this class as the target for dispatch. This object will
accept COM object as a parameter:
This code will call
and all methods will be called for MyPerlClass and then you can do
whatever you want to do with parameters and call appropriate method
from COM object.
I didn't try it yet, and will be able to do it only tomorrow, but let
me know if it works (or doesn't work) for you. Thank you.
Best wishes, Paul.
--- "Da Ros, Mauro" <Mauro.DaRos@...
> After dealing with MS SOAP toolkit, I'm evaluating
> the Soap::Lite. It seems really nice, especially
> the possibility offered by server and the transports.
> What I need, and still doesn't understood if possible,
> is to instantiate a server with the COM interface
> which forwards the calls to a COM object, and not to
> a perl module. I don't think it is possible, but I
> try to ask :-)
> thanks in advance,
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