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  • Since none of the namespaces was actually "used" there is no (reliable) way to tell what schema should be used in the response. We can look at declared namespaces (as you implemented in your hack), but it's not reliable (and besides, those namespaces can be declared on any element; not necessarily on soap:envelope). As far as I remember you can specify a default schema to be used...
    Paul Kulchenko May 25, 2005
  • You let your vendor know that the message they expect is invalid per XML specification. XmlCmd is not allowed either. > How would I rename the method ? Depends on how this name is specified in your code (directly or through WSDL). You can always modify the source code and disable this check, but I'd advise against doing this. Paul. --- Arjun Ramamurthy wrote: > Hello, > > How do...
    Paul Kulchenko May 24, 2005
  • Robert, I'm not sure if that's your case, but see if this old message helps: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/soaplite/message/1371. Because of the way controls are implemented in ActivePerl it's important that versions of Perl used to built a control and Perl used to run it were compatible (there are not hard rules though; I've seen 5.6.0 and 5.6.1 not working together :(). To make...
    Paul Kulchenko Oct 25, 2004
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  • Mark, --- Mark Fuller wrote: > I've used the v2 support from the CVS with 60a. It > works fine. I'll try it as distributed with the beta > of 65. Regarding v3 support, I haven't had access to a > v3 server until lately. But, from reading the v3 specs > I've got a feeling UDDI::Lite will need some > rethinking to handle some new features in v3. We'll > have to tackle that later. Not...
    Paul Kulchenko Oct 17, 2004
  • Mark, With all your great help I believe UDDI v2 and v3 support is in CVS currently and will be included in the release. We'd greatly appreciate if you could check this to make sure it works for you. Thanks! --- Mark Fuller wrote: > Will it have UDDI v2 support?
    Paul Kulchenko Oct 17, 2004
  • Messages have been removed; user banned. Paul. --- In soaplite@^$1, "mr. zam" wrote: > have just found and joined this web site. It is great. It's for > everyone.( If you would like to give away JUICE and get either £27GBP, $48USD, $64AUSD, 39Euro or $74NZD per client, click the link for more > information. )
    paulclinger@yahoo.com Aug 18, 2004
  • This information is in the full distribution package; you can download it from soaplite.com (http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/soaplite/SOAP-Lite-0.60.tar.gz?download). It's also available online on CPAN, you can browse all examples and other files in the package here: http://search.cpan.org/src/BYRNE/SOAP-Lite-0.60a/. Currenly there is no FAQ for SOAP::Lite; I started compile...
    Paul Kulchenko Jul 28, 2004
  • In addition to Andrew's and Eric's responses you may also want to check this page that talks about internationalization: http://conf.soaplite.com/p2p/35.html Paul. --- OVH - Sylvain Trias wrote: > Hi, > > I'm having little problems with functions having to return data > containing strings with (french) accents (��...). > > What should I use to get it passed properly to the...
    Paul Kulchenko Jun 9, 2004
  • on_fault should be called BEFORE ->result(): > $soap_response= SOAP::Lite > -> uri(' ') > -> proxy('http://address_here') -> on_fault(sub { my($soap, $res) = @; die ref $res ? $res->faultstring : $soap->transport->status, "\n"; }) > -> methodName() > -> result ; Paul. --- "Chen, Li Ye (Research)" wrote: > Hmm...I've tried the code below as well, but it turns out that the...
    Paul Kulchenko Jun 7, 2004
  • > I don't think that you can (easily) change the parser used by > SOAP::Lite. It should be easy, shouldn't it? As far as I remember, $soap->deserializer->parser gives you a current one and $soap->deserializer->parser(MySuperFastParser->new) replaces it with a new one. Unfortunately, MySuperFastParser has to support Expat callback interface (and LibXML does SAX), which may not be a...
    Paul Kulchenko May 14, 2004