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  • nathan nobbe wrote: > Neither of these have worked. I've tried working on a PERL client for this, but it's slow going. Any thoughts or suggestions on how I might track down the issue? > > Here's a SO post w/ information on the request. > > http://stackoverflow.com/questions/18444415/nusoap-attachment-not-found Page Not Found This question was voluntarily removed by its author...
    Dave Howorth Aug 27, 2013
  • dukeofperl wrote: > I have a soap server running using the standard examples found > on the web ... like the hibye example shown here ... [snip] > This runs just fine from the command line. Now I have a need to > deploy this from a web browser rather than from the command line. > > Does anyone know the steps to do so. I don't need the blow-by-blow > just an overall nutshell...
    Dave Howorth Oct 27, 2010
  • Chris Woodfield wrote: > Please tell me that you've already verified that server.cgi is readable > and executable by the (most likely unprivileged) UID that your apache > daemon runs as... I don't think it would get to line 13 if it wasn't accessible! :)
    Dave Howorth Oct 6, 2010
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  • prami_22 wrote: [snip] > #------------------------------------------------------ > here is output after executing my_soap_client.pl > > soap:Server, can't open /home/pramila/config: Permission denied at /var/www/html/soap/server.cgi line 13. and so ... ???? what have you done to investigate????? Does /home/pramila/config exist? What are its permissions? What user is your script...
    Dave Howorth Oct 6, 2010
  • prami_22 wrote: > I am writing a web service to return contents of a file > At server side I can open a file & read contents but when client calls same method, I get permission denied error. > Please explain why am I getting this error & how to avoid it You're getting it because you've done something wrong and you could avoid it either by fixing it or by using a different solution...
    Dave Howorth Oct 5, 2010
  • drwaiyy wrote: > Hi All, > > I am new to SOAP. [snip] > But, I have no idea on the server side code. > > Please show me some sample code, as I don't get much information when google around. The first hit in google is http://www.soaplite.com/ Have you looked at the guide or the cookbook or the code samples? etc etc Cheers, Dave
    Dave Howorth Oct 5, 2010
  • dukeofperl wrote: > My search did not turn up any existing threads on this subject. > > I'm trying to use the SOAP::Transport::HTTP::Daemon class to establish a standalone server. > > My code is straight from the guide.soaplite.com web page > When executed (Red Hat 5) it hangs at this line ... (does not return prompt) It works for me, after I removed "use Demo". It's not supposed...
    Dave Howorth Aug 27, 2010
  • Jo Rhett wrote: >> $self->on_action->(my $action = $self->action, $method_uri, >> $method_name); > > What is the difference between this line and the following? > > $self->on_action->( $self->action, $method_uri, $method_name); > > Because the "my $action" wouldn't exist beyond the invocation of the > call above. Context context context. I don't believe you are thinking properly...
    Dave Howorth Jul 14, 2010
  • Jo Rhett wrote: > There is a page with two links on it about how to disable the c-gensym elements > > http://www.soaplite.com/2003/08/how_do_you_turn.html > > Both of the links there are dead, missing page. Can we update this page please? Both pages seem to be in wayback: I doubt Byrne would object to them being copied into the soaplite wiki? Cheers, Dave
    Dave Howorth Mar 29, 2010
  • Chris Woodfield wrote: > > > I'll add that "different URL" can mean simply adding something like > "?querytype=soap11" to the end of it... It can but that opens a philosophically-RESTless can of worms :) Plus it's shorter to just say: http://www.domain.com/my/url/soap or even http://soap.domain.com/my/url Cheers, Dave > -Chris > > > > On Feb 8, 2010, at 11:03, Dave Howorth > wrote...
    Dave Howorth Feb 8, 2010