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Re^4: How to write Perl Client that uses WCF TCP/IP Service

by Anonymous Monk
on Dec 12, 2011 at 10:15 UTC ( #943055=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^3: How to write Perl Client that uses WCF TCP/IP Service
in thread How to write Perl Client that uses WCF TCP/IP Service

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ddg://perl WCF
http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/wcf/thread/bb8b35fa-016b-4c0b-a3a3-5ae0389f494b# Newbie: Using WCF service from Perl using SOAP::lite
not very useful, says SOAP::Lite is a dead end (wrong)
https://coab.wordpress.com/2010/01/18/hitting-a-wcf-service-from-a-perl-script-on-linux-using-jsonrpc/
says use JSON::RPC
http://www.primaryobjects.com/CMS/Article128.aspx# Primary Objects - Consuming a C# .NET WCF Web Service from Perl / CGI
double ended d example, show how to use SOAP::Lite, its posted at https://github.com/primaryobjects/Perl-to-WCF
Calling .NET based service using SOAP::Lite for Perl
like previous example, shows off the manuality/manualness/bare-boneness of using SOAP::Lite

My advice, see links and links I post in SOAP::Lite - UNKNOWN ARGUMENT, Suppressing nil attribute in empty SOAP tag, import wsdl wizard, helpful for debugging your SOAP::Lite calls, example of using/installing SOAP::Simple, which has better WSDL support that SOAP::Lite, and its simpler than XML::Compile, on which it is built.


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