5095Passing XML strings as arguments
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I'm writing a SOAP server (CGI), and some of the functions need to take
in XML strings as arguments. However it looks like the SOAP server is
removing the XML string entirely, so when I check in my function the
entire parameter is just null (I get uninitialized warnings when trying
to use it).
If I just pass in a normal string like "foo" it works fine.
If this is known and intended behavior, how can I pass in an XML string?
FYI I'm calling this through a WSDL file. In the spec for this
particular function I specify the XML parameter as xsd:string type.
Both server and my test client are written in SOAP::Lite, but the
eventual prod client will be flash.
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