Re: [soaplite] Two questions from deep code study
- Hi, Randy!
--- "Randy J. Ray" <rjray@...> wrote:
> As part of the book I'm currently writing, I've been doing a veryNice ;)
> overview and documentation of all the classes in the SOAP::Lite
> module. In my
> studies, I've come across a few things that don't quite add up:That's correct. dispatch() method was commented out in 0.50 and
> 1. While SOAP::Trace defines the signals "dispatch" and "headers",
> are ever triggered. The "dispatch" signal seems to be used in
> one place,
> but it commented out. "headers" doesn't seem to used anywhere.
headers() was only used in 0.41. Should they be deleted? I'm not
sure. I still plan to use them.
> 2. If the handler method in SOAP::Transport::HTTP::Apache classHm, yes. Never thought about it. Thanks for the idea. Although you
> could be used
> directly as a method handler in mod_perl if it is given a
> prototype of ($$).
> The sample SOAP::Apache module in examples/server probably
> wouldn't even be necessary.
need to configure server somehow. SOAP::Apache allows you to
configure it in your code, and Apache::SOAP allows you to configure
server using .htaccess or httpd.conf file.
Best wishes, Paul.
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