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Re^3: SOAP::Deserializer problem

by radiantmatrix (Parson)
on Jul 30, 2007 at 14:24 UTC ( [id://629571] : note . print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: SOAP::Deserializer problem
in thread SOAP::Deserializer problem

I'm not entirely familiar with SOAP::Deserializer; I've generally used XML::Simple family of parsers, and I've not had such problems with them. Sorry I can't be of more help than that.

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Re^4: SOAP::Deserializer problem
by axelrose (Scribe) on Jul 30, 2007 at 15:52 UTC

    Thanks for your idea.

    I use SOAP::Deserializer only because it is a natural part of processing SOAP responses.

    Trying again with another deserializer like this:
    my $soap = SOAP::Lite ->uri($uri)->proxy( $proxyUrl, timeout => 5 ) ->deserializer(XMLRPC::Lite->new());

    I end up with the error message from XMLRPC::Lite "A service address has not been specified either by using SOAP::Lite->proxy() or a service description)" although there is a proxy. I can watch the request and the response on the wire.

    So my last chance seems to be overloading deserialize() with a custom deserializer
    my $soap = SOAP::Lite ->uri($uri)->proxy( $proxyUrl, timeout => 5 ) ->deserializer(Deserialize->new()); package Deserialize; use warnings; use strict; use SOAP::Lite; use vars qw(@ISA); @ISA = ('SOAP::Deserializer'); sub deserialize { return $_[1] } 1;
    Cheers, Axel.