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calling a .NET web service from a Perl SOAP client is not that straightforward since there are inconsistencies. For example SOAP::Lite uses RPC encoding while .NET uses document literal etc

Just by looking at it, the uri and proxy section doesn't look right plus you are not calling the authenticate method.Then you have to take the data types and parameter naming into consideration

Check this guide How to Call a .NET-based Web Service Using the SOAP::Lite Perl Library for more information


In reply to Re: SOAP::lite module help by nikosv
in thread SOAP::lite module help by rich731

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