4452Re: SOAP::Lite/.net interop
- Mar 4 12:27 PMMike,
I can help you, but keep in mind that I never got it to work with
complex types. When I return rows of data, I just convert my data to the
equivalent of a flat file and return that as a string. It's lame, but it
Anyhow, the attachment just says hello. You place the files from the
perl folder in your web tree where SOAP::Lite is running, then you need
to update the bottom of the WSDL file I included to reflect the web
location on your local machine of the actual sayhellodispatcher.cgi file
(e.g. http://localhost/soap/sayhellodispatcher.cgi). Then you need to
specify to visual studio your local web address to the WSDL file (e.g.
http://localhost/soap/HelloSOAPLite.wsdl ) when you add a web reference.
Let me know if you have any questions.
p.s. I tested this example and it works.
>I saw your post on Google groups with the WSDL snippet. Do you have
>an end-to-end example from the .Net code forward for a SOAP::Lite
>server called by a .Net client? A simple HelloWorld example is
>literally sufficient. Any help would be much obliged... I realize
>this email is coming out of the blue.
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