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  • Here's a good one. I have a SOAP service at work that uses different WSDL files to implement the API, each with its own namespace. Working fine, but lately we are seeing responses that come back with the wrong namespace. The code in the Handler module looks at the SOAPAction in the header and parses that for the proper namespace via a hash lookup. The last lines of the handler...
    Rich T_ Dec 3, 2013
  • Have a server running SOAP::Lite (0.711) to manage soap requests and return results as an apache service/handler. It's working close to perfect except for this one nagging problem. The SOAP::Lite library keeps creating a namesp1 pointing to soaplite.com and assuming all my new types are part of that namespace. For example, this request: 100 Gives this response: 100 sample sla true...
    Rich T_ Mar 8, 2012
  • I'm having trouble getting a soap response to validate because there does not seem to be an easy way to change the prefix of type attributes. Setting $obj->type() to anything always uses xsi:type, which is fine for standard types, but not for complex types defined in the wsdl. I tried setting prefix but that didn't help. I'd also like to be able to set the additional namespaces in...
    Rich T_ Jan 11, 2012
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  • This should be a very simple operation but the better part of a day searching has produced no help. All I want to do is return the SOAPAction from the Request in the Response. There seems to be no simple way to get it, including the action() call. I'm fairly sure I can reconstruct it based on the dismatched method I'm in, but I'd really prefer to be able to simply make a call in my...
    Rich T_ Jul 18, 2011
  • --- On Fri, 7/1/11, Mithun Bhattacharya wrote: > perldoc seems to imply this type of construct should work for you - > what error did you get for that ? > > ->faultdetail(bless {code => 1} => 'BadError') That produces something like this: 1 Which is not what I want. I can get something like 1 Easily enough, but I want to have multiple child elements of
    Rich T_ Jul 1, 2011
  • I'm running into a wall on generating child elements within SOAP::Fault response. I can generate one child element just fine, but nothing I try will create multiple child elements. I've found examples online of this sort of output but no code to do it. Passing in a hashref or arrayref isn't doing it. I'm using the SOAP::Lite package and Perl 5.8. I'm generating the fault by calling...
    Rich T_ Jul 1, 2011