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Re: Setting the Prefix for a SOAP Response via SOAP::Data

by Anonymous Monk
on Sep 17, 2008 at 07:33 UTC ( #711901=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Setting the Prefix for a SOAP Response via SOAP::Data

soap-lite xmlns:order -> Registering namespaces with SOAP::Lite

So I would try
sub Submit {return (SOAP::Data->name('SubmitResponse')->type('xml') -> +attr({'xmlns:order'=""})->va +lue(ECHODataOrder::DataOrderRequest(@_)));}
Of course I would run it through perltidy first
sub Submit { return ( SOAP::Data->name('SubmitResponse')->type('xml')->attr( { 'xmlns:order' = " +nt" } )->value( ECHODataOrder::DataOrderRequest(@_) ) ); }
I don't know much about XML/SOAP, but I don't think the part you're interested in ('xmlns:order') is called a prefix :)

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