I don't think the error is in the client part.
Perhaps, the WSDL document is wrong written or the
server doesn't return what you need. Take a look to
the WSDL document, because it isn't easy to generate
a correct document.Please give us some more
about your services because I don't meet any error in
the third function. Regards,
Xala (Mikel Salaberria)
--- Sean ODwyer <euphobia@...
Hello, newbie here.
I've been able to implement 2 out of 3 functions for a
client using SOAP::Lite. In all cases
$endpoint is a full URL pointing to a WSDL document.
And in all cases I suspect I'm doing
things a bit oddly, though functions 1 and 2 give me
what I want.
1st function works nicely...
my $reply = SOAP::Lite
This returns $reply as 0 or 1 depending on the
validity of the Password and User ID.
2nd function also works nicely...
my @optionlist = SOAP::Lite
This returns a stream of HTML <OPTION> values to
$optionlist which I can parse, sort,
and drop into a <SELECT> pop-up menu.
3rd function doesn't work as expected...
my $response = SOAP::Lite
Like the first example, this *should* return a 0 or 1
to $response but I'm getting nothing.
I'm also not sure how to check the values of fault as
$response->fault causes an
undefined method error.
Any help would be much appreciated.
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