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1087Re: [soaplite] Reference instead of NULL in .NET and SOAP::Lite Interop

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  • Paul Kulchenko
    Dec 10, 2001
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      Hi, Vaibhav!

      > The client is trying to call a function with one of the parameters
      > as
      > NULL, however when the server recieves the call, the Null param is
      > not recieved as a null, rather as a Reference.
      Would it be possible to post a request wiredump? Thank you.

      Best wishes, Paul.

      --- vaibhav_arya <vaibhav_arya@...> wrote:
      > Hi:
      >
      > I am building an application with a SOAP::Lite server and clients
      > in
      > Perl, .NET, PHP and Java.
      >
      > While trying to use my .NET client against my SOAP::Lite Server,
      > the
      > following happens which i find quite surprising, any one has an
      > idea?
      >
      > The client is trying to call a function with one of the parameters
      > as
      > NULL, however when the server recieves the call, the Null param is
      > not recieved as a null, rather as a Reference.
      >
      > On treating this Reference as an array, it seems that this is a 0
      > length array.
      >
      > (Needless to say the Perl SOAP::Lite client does not show this
      > behavior)
      >
      > Is this something that is expected? Or is there a way to get around
      >
      > this
      >
      > (checking for this in every variable in every method call on the
      > server side is not possible because there are more than 100
      > methods,
      > it is easy for a programmer to forget to do it for one method call
      > and that would be a very difficult bug to trace)
      >
      > Thanks in Advance,
      > Vaibhav.
      >
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