- Apr 8, 2002Hi everybody!
Perhaps a simple question, but I've tried and can't find any clues
I'm running a SOAP::Lite client from within an perl-based
application server (Intershop 4). What I would like to do is to
detect when the SOAP-server dosen't answer and react to that.
I know you can use the timeout-property ( $soap->proxy
('http://localhost/', timeout => 5); )to set the time-out but as far
as I understand, what happens when this time-out occures is just
that the module does a "die" or something.
I would like to have code executed instead, something I would
acomplish by catching an exception in java for example.
Does anybody have any suggestions? I'd be really greatfull!
David Backman, Web Trade Systems
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