Having worked with SOAP, mod_perl, and CGI, I would suggest that at
least while training/learning you divide and conquer.
Drop Apache altogether and construct a simple web server using
Net:HTTPserver; create a SOAP web service from this.
Drop SOAP altogether and configure Apache to server CGI web pages with
Migrate from CGI to Apache with mod_perl by replacing CGI with
Finally, tie it all together by creating an Apache driven SOAP service
using mod_perl handlers.
In all of this we have skirted the issue of clients and diversity of clients.
Just my $0.02 worth,
On Sat, Aug 1, 2009 at 2:18 AM, dkasak76<dkasak76@...> wrote:
> Greetings. I'm looking for some working examples using SOAP under mod_perl.
> I'd like to set up some simple web services, but I don't have any experience
> with SOAP or mod_perl ( or cgi for that matter ). I do know Perl well
> though. I've seen the examples on the SOAP::Lite website ( eg
> http://guide.soaplite.com ). They're a bit lacking in details. Does someone
> have a link to another howto or something? Thanks.
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