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On 11/16/06, Charlie Bowman <charlesmbowman@...> wrote:
> I have a patch that enables soap::lite to work out of the box with complex
> data types and wsdls. I have tested this patch with the web services that I
> use, but it really needs to be tested by others also.
> How this patch works:
> I have added another hash to the top of the stub that's created when the
> wsdl is parsed. This hash details how the complex data types are mapped
> into basic data types. I also added the method fill_template which uses
> this hash to create the soap::data objects.
> I've also added the SOAP::Transport::HTTP::Client::get_basic_credentials
> method to the bottom of the stub. This method is commented out, but enough
> people ask how to do this that I added it in. Now anyone who needs to use
> basic auth can just uncomment the method and fill in the username and
> Since all of the data types are mapped at the top of the stub, I am not
> dynamically calling methods such as as_string and as_int. Do we still need
> these methods if the aren't called from the stub? I would love to hear the
> communities and especially byrnee's opinion on this.
> Charlie Bowman
> McClatchy Interactive