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Re: [soaplite] Error Retrieving Soap Fault

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  • Paul Kulchenko
    Hi Duncan, ... While that s correct you can still access this information using ... $r = $api_server- call(); # call() without parameters returns the result of
    Message 1 of 3 , Dec 18, 2002
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      Hi Duncan,

      > When using the service() approach, the result of your createFault()
      > is not a SOM object, it really is the result of your call. So you
      While that's correct you can still access this information using
      call() method:

      > >$result = $api_server->createFault(1);

      $r = $api_server->call(); # call() without parameters returns the
      result of the last call

      die $r->faultstring if $r->fault;

      > >my $api_server = SOAP::Lite
      > > -> soapversion(1.2)
      soapversion() call shouldn't be made at run-time (this syntax will be
      disallowed in the future). The correct usage is this:

      use SOAP::Lite soapversion => 1.2;

      Best wishes, Paul.

      --- Duncan Cameron <dcameron@...> wrote:
      > On 2002-12-18 Nate Bowler <nate_bowler wrote:
      > >I'm calling a test function that creates a SOAP Fault. The server
      > is
      > >implemented in Java. However, when I call this method, $result is
      > >undefined, so my check to $result->fault fails.
      > >
      > >Does anybody know what is going on here?
      > >
      > >I've attached my Perl code and the XML response below:
      > >
      > >#!perl -w
      > >#!d:\perl\bin\perl.exe
      > >use SOAP::Lite;
      > >
      > >my $attask_tns = 'http://www.attask.com/api';
      > >
      > >my $api_server = SOAP::Lite
      > > -> soapversion(1.2)
      > > -> uri('http://www.attask.com/api')
      > > -> service('http://localhost:8081/attask/APIService.wsdl');
      > >
      > >##################################################
      > ># login
      > >my $sessionID = $api_server->login("admin","user");
      > >
      > >##################################################
      > ># call createFault
      > >$result = $api_server->createFault(1);
      > >
      > >if( $result->fault ){
      > > print "In here!!\n";
      > >}
      > >
      > >##################################################
      > ># logout
      > >$api_server->logout($sessionID);
      > >
      > >
      > When using the service() approach, the result of your createFault()
      >
      > is not a SOM object, it really is the result of your call. So you
      > can't call the fault() method on it, nor the result() method
      > either.
      > To get the flexibility you want you need to specify the proxy and
      > uri directly.
      >
      >
      > Regards,
      > Duncan Cameron
      >
      >
      >
      >
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