SOAP::Transport::HTTP seems to be using a deprecated way of using HTTP::Headers. I am currently using version 0.714 and looking at SOAP/Transport/HTTP.pm +806
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, Mar 12 8:46 AM
SOAP::Transport::HTTP seems to be using a deprecated way of using HTTP::Headers. I am currently using version 0.714 and looking at SOAP/Transport/HTTP.pm +806 which among other things is cloning a APR::Table object into a HTTP::Headers object.
$r->headers_in always returns a hash reference in mod_perl 2 , though it was returning a hash in mod_perl 1 when called in list context.
On the other hand HTTP::Headers always required a hash. What did change was that HTTP::Headers prior to version 6.0 didn't have a validation check on the key.
Can someone please confirm that I am not imagining a problem here and SOAP::Lite truly is calling HTTP::Headers assuming a 1.0 style libapreq ?
SOAP::Lite version 0.715 also has the same piece of code.
What worries me is that the HTTP::Headers change happened in 2011 which is why I need a sanity check as to whether SOAP::Lite is truly broken in the webservice mode.
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