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  • This method shoud work for finding the version number for most modules: $ perl -MSOAP::Lite -e 'print "$SOAP::Lite::VERSION\n";' 0.66.1 -Aaron --- In soaplite@^$1, "keith5000g" wrote: > This does not happen in the latest SOAP Lite. I must be using an older version though I don't know how to figure out what that is. (If you need to know, please let me know how to figure it out on a...
    kooganani Jul 8, 2010
  • Hi, I am running an HP Alpha DS25 server, openvms 8.3 os, and perl v5.6.0 built for VMS_AXP. Will your version of SOAP run on our server with Perl? Thanks, Chuck
    cj.aaron Dec 13, 2007
  • Ted, This is most likely a permissions issue. Apache generally runs as the apache user, and it doesn't have write access to most of the files on the filesystem. A good way to see this is to temporarily change your program to create a file in the /tmp directory, and then check out the file ownership of that file. You may need to set custom ownership or permissions on your scripts...
    Aaron Couts Apr 12, 2006
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  • Alex Pena wrote: > Try something like this: > > foreach my $item ($som->valueof("//MethodResponse/*")) { > print "$item->{id}\n"; > print "$item->{name}\n"; > } > Thanks, this works. Is this considered a workaround for a SOAP::Lite bug, or is there a good reason that result() doesn't return all of the data?
    Aaron BRICE Oct 20, 2005
  • I'm getting a list back from a SOAP server, but the result() only contains the last item in the list. With debug on, I see that the reply is: @ADMIN@ADMIN@CB01@CB01... @XM01@XM01But when I run Data::Dumper::Simple::Dumper() on $result it shows: $result = bless( { 'item' => bless( { 'name' => '@XM01, 'id' => '@XM01 }, 'Area' ) }, 'ListOfAreas' ); First time using SOAP::Lite, but...
    Aaron BRICE Oct 18, 2005
  • On 9/15/05, w1ntermute03 wrote: > Hi, > Trying to do this on a RedHat 3 Enterprise box - I want to run it with > Apache/mod_perl, but when I specify that in the makefile process I get: > > Warning: prerequisite Apache 0 not found. > > I know mod_perl is installed, via rpm in this case > (mod_perl-1.99_09-10.ent) When I list the RPM contents don't find an > Apache.pm, but rather an...
    Aaron Trevena Sep 23, 2005
  • ...nasty and opens > up all kinds of other possible bad things ... How about threads then? See, http://www.astro.ex.ac.uk/people/aa/pages/computing/cookie_daemon.html Al.
    Alasdair Allan Jan 3, 2005
  • Byrne Reese wrote: > Alasdair Allan wrote: > > Some way of generating WSDL would be handy, curerntly I'm writing a > > "fake" Java service using AXIS that take the same arguements, grabbing > > the WSDL and deploying it with the Perl service. > > I really wish WSDL generation was easy. Perl has not real reflection > API, and because it is so loosely typed - how on earth is the...
    Alasdair Allan Oct 12, 2004
  • Byrne Reese wrote: > Also, document-literal and WSDL parsing is also high on the list. Just to be clear, are we talking about document literal, document literal, or MS wrapped document type, document literal here? Both would be useful! Some way of generating WSDL would be handy, curerntly I'm writing a "fake" Java service using AXIS that take the same arguements, grabbing the WSDL...
    Alasdair Allan Oct 12, 2004
  • Reuven M. Lerner wrote: > But one of my current projects, which involves Amazon Web services, uses > ithreads and Perl 5.8.x -- and while things are generally working fine, > the program is displaying some odd behavior. I'm basically using > threads to send my requests to Amazon, since they have a limit of one > request/second and I'm doing a fair amount of data processing in my...
    Alasdair Allan Oct 11, 2004