It won't be able to properly describe it, but it'll create
placeholder for it and should should be able to put your object or
variable there. Should be properly serialized. WSDL description gives
you the default attributes, but you can override it with yours
(specifying SOAP::Data properties). Should be able to. Keep in mind
that parameters are binded to WSDL description by-order (not by
name), so the first parameter in method call will be binded to the
first parameter in service description. Let me know if you face any
Best wishes, Paul.
> If I point SOAP::lite to read a WSDL that contains an
> unknown type, e.g.
> <wsdl:message name="in">
> <part name="a" type="foo:mytype">
> will SOAP::lite choke? if not, how does it recover ?
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