There is not enough information to be certain (I need to see the
server code), but I believe you don't need to change encoding on
server side. XML::Parser always returns data in UTF8, and when later
you specify that it's 'iso-8859-1' you get an additional byte for
your international character. Full wiredumps (request and response)
as well as server code will definitely be helpful.
Best wishes, Paul.
--- soaplite <dbolado@...> wrote:
> I'm trying to implement a soaplite server/client that accept the
> international char ñ(�R). I've been succesful in the
> $data=SOAP::Data->type(string => $resultado);
> return $data;
> for not soaplite change the string into base64 encoding....
> the problem is in the client part when I send the data for the web
> service: It seems to add one char (even in base64encoding) before
> the code is:
> my $soap = SOAP::Lite
> $data=SOAP::Data->type(string =>$data);
> print $soap->webservice($data);
> and it seems to add a char and the return is like:
> for the other point I'm give you a great point: I've been able to
> made a working wsdl file for interact with a vb proggie made with
> microsoft soap toolkit that works great, I really like your
> thanks for it!!!!!!!!!!!!
> I will continue working on it, if I can get a solution, I'll post
> as a response
> *I have put the chars in html code for exact transcription*
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