2896message inside a soap server [request for help]
- Aug 8 4:21 AMHello all,...
...first of all, being new to here: Hello. I'm Kris. :) Being using
perl for quite a lot of years now, I some days ago stepped into
SOAP::Lite more or less out of necessity rather than "just"
interest. Actually, I am about to create a "server" which processes
data coming from an already existing client. Time for that is
_rather_ short, and in the end I am left with learning about SOAP
and (mostly) XML in less than two weeks. :/ Anyhow, thanks to
"Programming Web Services In Perl" (great book, a really worthy
buy), I by now at least have a slight idea of what is goin' on, and
also wrote some small try-out SOAP client/server pairs for example
to modify images using perlmagick - funny. :)
Anyhow, as for my special task, there are two issues I don't yet
know how to solve:
(a) As stated, the client which should connect to our server already
exists. To write the server I was given some sample SOAP messages of
what the client sends to the server, and which I need to process in
order to put the data submitted somewhere. Question: Inside a
SOAP::Transport::HTTP::CGI, how do I get the unmodified, full
message that has been posted to that server? How can I access the
XML code itself to extract what I need?
(b) Those messages will come with a .zip file attached which
contains several files; and, as for the client, message and file can
be transmitted using MIME and DIME. How do I access this file that
is attached to the message (actually, the file name itself is, as a
string, found in the xml part of that message).
Sorry if those questions are probably rather stupid or too obvious,
perhaps I'll find out how to do this, myself, by movin' on reading
through the documentation I found, but I'd really be thankful for
some hints on that...
TIA, have a nice weekend anyone. :)
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