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  • ...stored in $mobile, just use XMLRPC::Data->type(string => $mobile) anywhere you would use $mobile when constructing messages. -- Eric Amick Columbia, MD
    Eric Amick Nov 21, 2005
  • ...SOAP::Data->type(string => $text) By default, SOAP::Lite's data type auto-recognition routines expect strings to be in ASCII. -- Eric Amick Columbia, MD
    eric-amick@comcast.net May 28, 2005
  • ...CLIENT: $client->call(new => path => 'c:/SWAT', value => 'hi'); SERVER: sub new { my ($class, %args) = @; #et cetera, et cetera } -- Eric Amick Columbia, MD
    eric-amick@comcast.net Jan 31, 2005
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  • ...probably modify SOAP::Lite to allow all characters in the range \x00-\x1f, but I have no idea if it would break anything else. -- Eric Amick Columbia, MD
    eric-amick@comcast.net Dec 15, 2004
  • ...messageversion => '1.0'), SOAP::Data->name(sequence => '123456'), SOAP::Data->name(status => '0')) ; or is list context forced somehow? -- Eric Amick Columbia, MD
    Eric Amick Aug 29, 2004
  • ...Data->name( 'messageversion' => '1.0' ), SOAP::Data->name( 'sequence' => '123456' ), SOAP::Data->name( 'status' => '0' ) ) ); -- Eric Amick Columbia, MD
    Eric Amick Aug 28, 2004
  • ...aren't already using it, the Data::Dumper module can also be extremely useful in figuring out the layout of data structures. -- Eric Amick Columbia, MD
    eric-amick@comcast.net Jun 29, 2004
  • ...using SOAP::Data->type() to explicitly specify the type, such as: $myhash{prenom} = SOAP::Data->type(string => $prenomvalue); -- Eric Amick Columbia, MD
    eric-amick@comcast.net Jun 9, 2004
  • ...of the method to call and an argument list. You may also need to put $func in double quotes--try it without the quotes first. -- Eric Amick Columbia, MD > > There are 2 messages in this issue. > > Topics in this digest: > > 1. RE: Serialization > From: "Mitchell, Louise...
    eric-amick@comcast.net Jun 3, 2004
  • > I dont think, I'm the first to stumble over that, but where the heck > do I find the can() method. Lots of methods are generated on the fly, AFAICS > but no "can" can() is defined in the class UNIVERSAL, which all classes inherit from automatically. See perldoc perltoot. -- Eric Amick Columbia, MD
    eric-amick@comcast.net May 11, 2004