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Re^2: How to access elements that SOAP::Lite Returns

by Anonymous Monk
on Dec 01, 2006 at 02:38 UTC ( #587102=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

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in thread How to access elements that SOAP::Lite Returns

Thanks, That was really helpful. The choices SOAP::Lite makes for the data structure seem entirely random (Hash or Array?!!) and unpredictable to me, so I just chose to get XML and parse it this way. It works for now. I'm open to more elegant solutions, but it works.
foreach my $campaign (@{$output->{'SOAP-ENV:Body'}->{APIResponse}->{ClickFraudReport}-> +{Campaigns}->{Campaign}} ) { print "\n\n"; print " Campaign: $campaign->{Name}\n"; print " Cost: $campaign->{Cost}\n"; ...

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