Hi, Thanks for the fast reply.
I'm using Soap::Transport::http (::daemon), and I want to have a way
to have authorization check (without using apache).
I thouhg that I would be able to do that by sending after each request
a key with user&password , that I can check via on_action in the
If you know a better way to do that , I'll be happy to hear...
thanks in advance,
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Joe Hourcle <oneiros@...> wrote:
> On Tue, 22 May 2007, FreX wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I would like to know how is it possible to get from the server side
> > (like in on_action method) to be able to read the variables from the
> > header/data that was sent.
> It'd be easier to answer your question if you were more specific as to
> what you considered to be header and/or data.
> HTTP header? SOAP header (aka envelope)? Some other header?
> Typically, the point of SOAP is that you don't need to mess with these
> items. If you want to mess with the SOAP envelope, you could
> it in a custom deserializer.
> You might write a customized Transport object to mess with the HTTP
> If you explained what you were trying to do, rather than how you're
> to do it, there might be people who could give solutions.
> Joe Hourcle