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It's been a while since I last used SOAP::Lite, but my old code from then looked like
my $soap = SOAP::Lite -> uri('http://server.name/nas/') -> outputxml(1) ; $resp = $soap->call('nas:show_session_ids'); $resp = $soap->call('nas:add_device' => SOAP::Data->name(sessionid => $sid )->prefix('nas'), SOAP::Data->name(ip => $ip )->prefix('nas'), SOAP::Data->name(comment => $comment )->prefix('nas'), SOAP::Data->name(hostname => $hostname )->prefix('nas'), SOAP::Data->name(domain => $domain )->prefix('nas'), SOAP::Data->name(location => $location )->prefix('nas'), SOAP::Data->name(unmanaged => $unmanaged)->prefix('nas'), SOAP::Data->name(accessmethods => $accessm )->prefix('nas'), );
Depending on what is in $header, how you initialized $soap, and whether or not you need a namespace (e.g. 'nas'), your example code could be correct.

It does not seem reasonable to me that a 50MB file could cause 1.5GB of memory usage. I'd start troubleshooting by looking into $value. Was your SOAP::Data->name(taskDataContent => encode_base64($$value)) a typo, or is it actually $$value because read_file is returning a reference vs a string?


In reply to Re: Sending large file contents in SOAP call using SOAP::Lite by keszler
in thread Sending large file contents in SOAP call using SOAP::Lite by Anonymous Monk

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