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Re: Re: Getting an XML-RPC array with Frontier::Client

by jaldhar (Vicar)
on Apr 10, 2003 at 22:59 UTC ( #249766=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Getting an XML-RPC array with Frontier::Client
in thread Getting an XML-RPC array with Frontier::Client

Update: nicer error-handling code, correction of syntax errors.

Sorry I got sidetracked by other things (or rather I got retracked from this side track :-) but I returned to this subject and your advice was invaluable.

In the end though I used RPC::XML which is just as easy to use and apparently more complete. Here is what my example code would look like with this module:

use RPC::XML::Client; my $client = RPC::XML::Client->new('http://www.advogato.org/XMLRPC'); my $result = $client->send_request('test.guess'); die $result unless defined($result); die $result->code . ': ' . $result->string if $result->is_fault; print join(' ', @{$result->value}), "\n";

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