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  • ...code or my setup of the system... Is use of dispatch_with a workaround for this problem? Thanks again for all your time!! Mark mwilkinson@^$1 wrote: > Pierre Denis wrote: > > > It is probably a bug in perl 5.8 > > UNIVERSAL::AUTOLOAD is broken in 5.8 and it is used...
    mwilkinson@gene.pbi.nrc.ca Aug 29, 2002
  • Pierre Denis wrote: > It is probably a bug in perl 5.8 > UNIVERSAL::AUTOLOAD is broken in 5.8 and it is used by SOAP::Lite when > > autodispatch is "on" Correct. I recoded the example to not use autodispatch and it solved the problem. Thanks! I need to warn my users about this... M -- -------------------------------- "Speed is subsittute fo accurancy...
    mwilkinson@gene.pbi.nrc.ca Aug 29, 2002
  • Hi Group, Could I take a couple of minutes of your time to ask some of you to test this small script? I am baffled about why it runs perfectly on one of my machines but not on the other. The one that runs it has perl 5.6 installed, the one that fails has perl 5.8. the error message is "Can't locate object method "new" via package "MOBY::Central" (perhaps you forgot to load "MOBY...
    mwilkinson@gene.pbi.nrc.ca Aug 28, 2002
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  • Nix that question - I just discovered that it is *entirely* automagical... I wonder if this behaviour could be documented a little more thoroughly? It is extremely counterintuitive to discover that my $return = $self->SOAP_connection->call('retrieveServiceNames' => (@))->paramsall; and my $return = $self->SOAP_connection->call('retrieveServiceNames' => ($obj, @))->paramsall; look...
    mwilkinson@gene.pbi.nrc.ca Aug 21, 2002
  • Hi everyone, hopefully this is a straightforward question: In the documentation "implementation of OO interface" it says that of you want to make a method call that updates the object itself you must: $obj = $soap->call(new => @params->result; $soap->call(method => $obj) What appears on the server side as the first parameter passed to the method? I presume it is $obj, yeah? The...
    mwilkinson@gene.pbi.nrc.ca Aug 21, 2002
  • That works just dandy! thanks Paul, M Paul Kulchenko wrote: > use SOAP::Lite; > > my $wsdl = join '', <>; > use URI::Escape; $wsdl = URI::Escape::uri_escape($wsdl); > my $s = SOAP::Lite->service("data:,$wsdl"); > -- -------------------------------- "Speed is subsittute fo accurancy." ________________________________ Dr. Mark Wilkinson, RA Bioinformatics National Research Council...
    Mark Wilkinson Jun 11, 2002
  • One thing I have noticed as a minor irritant in using SOAP::Lite is that it is extremely difficult to generate new modules which inherit from it. This is because may of the calls (eg. ->proxy, ->uri, ->on_fault) result in operations that look like: $self = shift->new; attempting to recreate the inherited object (i.e. it is no longer a SOAP::Lite object which is shifted), which...
    Mark Wilkinson Jun 4, 2002
  • Although I can confirm the peculiarity below does continue, all other problems have now been resolved. Thanks Duncan for your insights into my misinterpretation of WSDL, and thanks Paul for writing the "dispatch_with" part of SOAP::Lite (which I *love*!!!) and for answering questions even when you're on the road. It was my problems with WSDL that were causing most of my errors, not...
    Mark Wilkinson Jun 4, 2002
  • Interesting, though, is that if I pass it as a file rather than as a string it passes the XMP::Parser parse without an error (though I still get the error 500 from the server)... I wonder if something is being added to it when it is passed as data: that is causing the unmatched token error?? M -- -------------------------------- "Speed is subsittute fo accurancy...
    Mark Wilkinson Jun 3, 2002
  • Duncan Cameron wrote: > because stub methods are created for each method in your WSDL file. > This is equivalent to your second attempt. > > I now get '500 (Internal Server Error) Unknown error' if I run your > example. > Note that your WSDL doesn't define a soap action nor a uri. This may > be the cause > of the server error. I've updated the WSDL file to accomodate your...
    Mark Wilkinson Jun 3, 2002