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Any idea of I am doing wrong?

I guess not enough (UTSL and RTM)-ing :) safe-bet when dealing with SOAP, which I hate :)

See http://guide.soaplite.com/, Re: SOAP::Lite fault seems faulty, Re: Suppressing nil attribute in empty SOAP tag, SOAP::SOM

Since you're using service, when you call you don't get back a SOAP::SOM object on which you can call ->result, you get back the return value of ->result , for which you can use References quick reference to navigate (or Data::Diver).

Using service is like using stubmaker

$ ls $ stubmaker "http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ws/ref.php?wsdl" $ ls Hal_WebServices_ReferentielsService.pm $ perl -MHal_WebServices_ReferentielsService=:all -le " print for @{ +getRefInstance()->{string} }[1..3] " afssa archivesic artxiker

See also Re^11: Soap::Lite and Complex Types with WSDL


In reply to Re: Troubles accessing data using SOAP::Lite and WSDL service by Anonymous Monk
in thread Troubles accessing data using SOAP::Lite and WSDL service by beaufils

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