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perl soap::lite client apache soap server

perl soap::lite client apache soap server

perl soap::lite client apache soap server

I have an apache soap service (written in java) that I would like to access using a perl client (soap::lite). I already have a working java client, but I am getting an error message with the perl client:
No Deserializer found to deserialize...

The soap request is a user-defined object. Does someone have an example of a soap::lite request that is an object?
I have many working examples of sending soap requests in form of lists, hashes etc., but I have not found any examples of sending user-defined objects.

Any suggestions would be appreciated!

RE: perl soap::lite client apache soap server


i am trying to call webservice that is  non rpc and using apache soap from perl using soap::lite.

how to send a request(xml doc) to message based apache soap server from perl using soap::lite

can you please send me the examples



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