It coule also be problem with Expat and mod_perl. Take a look here:
To make a quick check, you may disable XML::Parser with:
$SOAP::Constants::DO_NOT_USE_XML_PARSER = 1;
on server side. Hope it helps.
Best wishes, Paul.
--- Sam Tregar <sam@...
> On Sun, 10 Mar 2002, ekw1 wrote:
> > Can SOAP::Lite be used with mod_perl without using mod_soap?
> This is
> > running under Apache 1.3.20/mod_perl 1.24/RedHat 7.2 (kernel
> Yes. I got a PerlHandler using SOAP::Lite running with relative
> > I have a perl script that runs fine under regular CGI execution.
> > When I try to run the same script through mod_perl handled by
> > Apache::PerlRun, the log file shows that it segfaults and I don't
> > where/how to debug this.
> Apache::PerlRun is a bit of a monstrosity. Try with
> Apache::Registry or
> write a real PerlHandler. I bet that will solve the problem.
> If not, it's gdb time! You'll have to build debugging versions of
> Perl and mod_perl. Then run your server single-process using
> "httpd -X"
> under gdb to catch the seg-fault.
> ------------------------ Yahoo! Groups Sponsor
> To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to:
> Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to
Do You Yahoo!?
Try FREE Yahoo! Mail - the world's greatest free email!