At 2004-08-20, 05:15:20 frozenvillage <frozenvillage@...
>> Base64 is probably the simplest way to send the string, something
>> $soap->mymethod(SOAP::Data->type(base64 => $mystring));
>Hi Duncan, thanks for your reply.
>If the Base64 is the simplest way to send the string, why do I get
>this "Wide Character" problem. I do not send any character like
>asian character or else, just plain english sentences which stored
>ad a compressed XML file (When I want to send this zip file, I read
>it as a binary, this binary is then treated as string).
Ah yes, SOAP::Lite probably detects that the string is binary and so
sends as base64 automatically.
>I downloaded this soap.lite, compile it to a dll file, without
>making any changes to the module. Is it the correct way?
I don't understand what you mean by this, 'compile to a dll'. Are you not running perl directly?