I downloaded it, but there is no README file. Can you tell the group
what it does and how it is different from SOAP::Lite::Complicated? :)
Leo Lapworth wrote:
> I thought I'd give you a heads up that I just put SOAP::Lite::Simple
> on CPAN.
> It's very rudimentary, but from the feedback I've have from the
> London.pm list it
> seems to be useful.
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From: Mark Fuller <mark.fuller@ea...> - 2005-07-09 17:19:47
From: "Byrne Reese" <byrne@...>
> Can you tell the group what it does and how it is different from
> SOAP::Lite::Complicated? :)
That made me laugh. But, I do feel that S::L has a problem in the area of
over-complication. Too many ways to do things. Is it just me who thinks this
is a problem? It seems like it makes it difficult to document how to use
S::L. Difficult for newbies to figure out where to start?
I've mentioned on the user list that I have a quick-start of examples. I've
sent them to quite a few people and everyone says it helped them get up and
running quickly, understand the syntax, and have a working client and server
they could begin to experiment with. Is this something you guys would want
to put on one of the web sites you manage? Or, in the distribution? I can
email it to you if you want to have a look.
Several updates on SOAP::Lite::Simple 1.2, just hit CPAN:
SOAP::Lite::Simple Simple frame work for
talking with web services
SOAP::Lite::Simple::DotNet talk with .net webservices
SOAP::Lite::Simple::Real talk with 'real' webservices,
e.g. not .net
As usual feedback welcome.
1.2 Sat 6th Aug 2005
- Updated docs - replacing soap:Fault with Fault/faultstring
- Updated docs - lots of minor things and reorganise packages
- added 'filename' option, instead of 'xml' for fetch()
- fetch() now returns 1 or undef
- use $obj->results() or $obj->results_xml() to get data
1.1 Mon 1st Aug 2005
- Updated documentation
- Added XML wrapper so can parse several top level nodes,
removed before converting to SOAP Data structure.
- Switched to check for Fault/faultstring, any Namespace
- Added strip_default_xmlns which defaults to true
makes parsing results easier
- Added t/02_dotnet.pl
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