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Lingua::Translate::Bing is my module :)

Now, i want refactor it for using SOAP protocol instead of HTTP.

I tried SOAP::Simple with this code:

sub getLanguagesForTranslate { my ($self) = @_; my $token = $self->getAccessToken(); my $soap = SOAP::Simple->new(' +2/Soap.svc'); my $answer = $soap->GetLanguagesForTranslate("appId" => ""); return $answer->result; }

But i had this error:

Remote fetching not implemented yet at /home/Muxa/perl5/lib/perl5/SOAP +/Simple/ line 73. SOAP::Simple::Trait::_fetch_wsdl('Moose::Meta::Class::__ANON__::SE +RIAL::1=HASH(0x4332df8)', ' +.svc') called at /home/Muxa/perl5/lib/perl5/SOAP/Simple/ line + 67 SOAP::Simple::Trait::_coerce_wsdl('Moose::Meta::Class::__ANON__::S +ERIAL::1=HASH(0x4332df8)', ' +p.svc') called at /home/Muxa/perl5/lib/perl5/SOAP/Simple/ lin +e 12 SOAP::Simple::Trait::add_wsdl('Moose::Meta::Class::__ANON__::SERIA +L::1=HASH(0x4332df8)', ' +c') called at /home/Muxa/perl5/lib/perl5/SOAP/ line 29 SOAP::Simple::new('SOAP::Simple', 'http://api.microsofttranslator. +com/V2/Soap.svc') called at Lingua/Translation/ line 135

In reply to Re^2: SOAP::Lite contract mismatch error by milovidov
in thread [SOLVED]SOAP::Lite contract mismatch error by milovidov

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