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Re^4: Problems with SOAP::Lite client

by thion (Initiate)
on Dec 15, 2008 at 08:06 UTC ( #730372=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^3: Problems with SOAP::Lite client
in thread Problems with SOAP::Lite client


ok, I'll try to explain:
I walk through a database table and build a hash for each record in my resultset. This hash is pushed into an array. When the data-collecting is finished I call a subroutine (updatePLZInformationen()) to make the soap-call and pass the array of hashes. Ths subroutine calls another subroutine to format the complex type "plzinfo". Then it calls the soap-server. That's about it.
But somewhere in the subroutines my values get lost...
I'm sure it's just some stupid mistake, but I don't get it...
Thanks again,


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Re^5: Problems with SOAP::Lite client
by Anonymous Monk on Dec 15, 2008 at 15:58 UTC
    Well thats not detailed enough to be pseudocode, but OK, if you really want to stick with that strategy, here it is: I suggest a refresher of perlsub/perldata.

      thanks for all the help. I definitely will do a refresher of perlsub/perldata.
      I built your suggestions into my code.
      And here's the output:
      test@testmachine:~/test/DataSyncTool> ./ 16:12:2008 09:14:13, DEBUG: Programm gestartet... 16:12:2008 09:14:13, DEBUG: updatePLZInformationen => Data of plz tabl +e: 1 => 01001 => Dresden => Dresden => => 1 => 3 2 => 01002 => Dresden => Dresden => => 1 => 3 3 => 01003 => Dresden => Dresden => => 1 => 3 4 => 01004 => Dresden => Dresden => => 1 => 3 DataSyncTool: HASH(0x86d81f8) HASH(0x8740d38) HASH(0x88058c0) HASH(0x8 +805920) Yeehah: DatenService=HASH(0x8743344) Yeehah: DatenService=HASH(0x8743344) 16:12:2008 09:14:13, DEBUG: updatePLZInformationen => FEHLER: Not an ARRAY reference at line 161. 16:12:2008 09:14:13, DEBUG: updatePLZInformationen => Fertig.
      The error message is in the subroutine format_plz_infos():
      foreach(@$plz) { ... }
      I'm no perl specialist, unfortunately, and I surely have a lack of basics, but I really need some advice to get this client working... :-/

      Thanks in advance,

        Do it again, this time just cut/paste and add comments. Do not make any other modifications.

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