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  • herwighenseler
    Hi experts, I installed SOAP::Lite-0.60a and SOAP-MIME-0.55-7. I m just starting out using SOAP::Lite. I m writing a client which seems to do what I want.
    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 18 3:22 AM
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      Hi experts,

      I installed SOAP::Lite-0.60a and SOAP-MIME-0.55-7.

      I'm just starting out using SOAP::Lite. I'm writing a client which
      seems to do what I want.
      However, for one call I need to send a MIME message.

      When I add:

      use SOAP::MIME;
      use MIME::Entity;

      in my program, calls which previously worked now fail. This is what I
      get:

      Can't call method "print" on an undefined value at
      /usr/local/share/perl/5.6.1/MIME/
      Entity.pm line 1884.

      But this method call has nothing to do with MIME! I haven't even
      started to work on a call
      which uses MIME. I just added the above two 'use'. The Method gets
      called correctly and I
      receive a result (judging from the trace output).

      Another call results in:

      Unresolved (wrong?) href (id0) in element 'item'

      Which was previously not there.

      Do the versions of SOAP::Lite and MIME conflict? Do I have to call
      SOAP::Lite differently
      when I include MIME support?

      TIA,
      Herwig
    • Byrne Reese
      SOAP::MIME was integrated into SOAP::Lite 0.60a - you shouldn t need both. Take a look at code samples here: http://majordojo.com/SOAP-MIME/ Let me know if you
      Message 2 of 2 , Mar 18 1:01 PM
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        SOAP::MIME was integrated into SOAP::Lite 0.60a - you shouldn't need both.

        Take a look at code samples here:
        http://majordojo.com/SOAP-MIME/

        Let me know if you still encounter any problems.

        herwighenseler wrote:

        > Hi experts,
        >
        > I installed SOAP::Lite-0.60a and SOAP-MIME-0.55-7.
        >
        > I'm just starting out using SOAP::Lite. I'm writing a client which
        > seems to do what I want.
        > However, for one call I need to send a MIME message.
        >
        > When I add:
        >
        > use SOAP::MIME;
        > use MIME::Entity;
        >
        > in my program, calls which previously worked now fail. This is what I
        > get:
        >
        > Can't call method "print" on an undefined value at
        > /usr/local/share/perl/5.6.1/MIME/
        > Entity.pm line 1884.
        >
        > But this method call has nothing to do with MIME! I haven't even
        > started to work on a call
        > which uses MIME. I just added the above two 'use'. The Method gets
        > called correctly and I
        > receive a result (judging from the trace output).
        >
        > Another call results in:
        >
        > Unresolved (wrong?) href (id0) in element 'item'
        >
        > Which was previously not there.
        >
        > Do the versions of SOAP::Lite and MIME conflict? Do I have to call
        > SOAP::Lite differently
        > when I include MIME support?
        >
        > TIA,
        > Herwig
        >
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