RE: [soaplite] Re: Apache Axis + SOAP::Lite
- I have created a sourceforge project for SOAP::MIME. In which I am tracking bugs.I have logged this issue as a bug and will see if there is something I can do from SOAP::MIME to overload the MIME::Entity subrountines that are problematic for Axis.Long term plans are to integrate SOAP::MIME and SOAP::Lite. But for the time being I am going to check all sources into sourceforge.-----Original Message-----I was having problems sending attachments from soaplite to apache
From: msanesh <anesh@...> [mailto:anesh@...]
Sent: Wednesday, February 12, 2003 2:19 PM
Subject: [soaplite] Re: Apache Axis + SOAP::Lite
axis (1.0) server.
The problem is that soaplite (rather MIME module in perl) does not
send CRLF in between MIME boundaries. As per the MIME spec, it's
supposed to send CRLF. (but see the comments in the MIME module)
There are 2 ways to fix this.
1> Change apache axis code to detect boundaries even if there is no
CR, but only a LF
2> Change MIME module to send CRLF.
I took approach 2.
The problem is in MIME::Entity.pm
Here are my diffs
< $out->print("\n"); ### needed for next
> $out->print("\r\n"); ### needed for next
This should fix attachments.
Hope this helps,
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "ninethirty <ninethirty@y...>"
> I noticed a post from early this year talking about problems
> exchanging attachments with an Apache Axis (java) server (something
> about sending LF vs. CR + LF). Can we confirm that attachments do
> work with Axis? Has anyone gotten it to work?
> I just need to know if I'm wasting my time working on it :)
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