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Re^5: SOAP::WSDL can't pass abstract complextypes (w/ wsdl2perl.pl bindings)

by Krambambuli (Curate)
on Mar 30, 2010 at 20:57 UTC ( #831954=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^4: SOAP::WSDL can't pass abstract complextypes (w/ wsdl2perl.pl bindings)
in thread SOAP::WSDL can't pass abstract complextypes (w/ wsdl2perl.pl bindings)

Hmmmm... note that the author of SOAP::WSDL is also the maintainer of SOAP::Lite,
and it seems to me that with regard to WSDL, SOAP::Lite is rather far behind SOAP::WSDL.

Would be nice to keep this thread updated if you find a solution.

Thank you,

Krambambuli
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Re^6: SOAP::WSDL can't pass abstract complextypes (w/ wsdl2perl.pl bindings)
by gghildyal (Initiate) on Mar 22, 2011 at 11:25 UTC
    I'm facing the same ( or a similar ) problem.. I am trying to generate a SOAP message like: <RetrieveServiceContent xmlns="urn:vim25"> <_this> type = "ServiceInstance" ServiceInstance </_this></RetrieveServiceContent> but no matter how hard I try, I cannot get SOAP::WSDL to generate this, all it generates is <RetrieveServiceContent xmlns="urn:vim25"> <_this> ServiceInstance </_this></RetrieveServiceContent> The ServiceInstance is of type which has an attribute of type, but even if I set that attribute to the right value, it doesn't show up in the SOAP message..

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