From: Alceu Rodrigues de Freitas Junior <glasswalk3r@ya...> - 2011-05-13 14:02:04
Hello there Thorsten,
Em 12-05-2011 03:48, Thorsten Schöning escreveu:
> In our software for example we started to use Perl and SOAP::Lite on
> sevrer and client side and didn't care about datatypes, proper
> encoding of data etc. It just worked because SOAP::Lite handled it
> all. Some years late we really have a hard time to support Java, C++,
> C#, publish a WSDL and so on. No we think twice on any change. :-)
Now that you have comment that, I'm having some issues to develop a web
service that can be consumed by a .Net program.
My server and client were working just fine, but then I had to generate
a WSDL to the .Net client and that was a pain. I used another module to
help with that and consuming the WSDL with SOAP::Lite client was OK but
the result was not OK for .Net.
I had to use SOAPUi to validate the WSDL and Eclipse to generate an
structure that were close of what I was doing to find several small
issues regarding namespaces.
After I finally got something usable by .Net, the WSDL was not working
anymore in my SOAP::Lite client.
There is any hope to get things working for both platforms?
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