> >as i can see there are more people having problems with
> this. I think
> >there should really be a note on the soap-lite site for other
> >Btw: I only had trouble with -W (upper case), not with -w .
> >Question: is this a bug?
> Internally SOAP::Lite does turn off warnings at various
> points because of deliberate coding techniques that would
> otherwise cause warnings to be issued. Using -W has the
> effect of always issuing the warnings. Whether this is a
> problem may depend on the environment in which you are
> running. Using -W is not a problem when using an HTTP daemon;
> I get lots of warnings but it still works. You didn't say
> what your environment is. If there is a clearly repeatable
> problem then it does deserve a note in the documentation.
> Please can you clarify what you are doing?
Well, I am using a CGI-Server - no daemon. When starting a request,
nothing happens, the client is waiting for a response. A couple of
Minutes later, the client is aborting the request with a timeout.