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Answer: Connecting to a Daemon using SOAP::Lite

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Q&A > network programming > Connecting to a Daemon using SOAP::Lite contributed by IlyaM

The short answer is, when specifying proxy, supply the PORT in the url, like so:
use SOAP::Lite +autodispatch => uri => 'http://www.soaplite.com/Temperatures', proxy => 'http://services.soaplite.com:PORT/temper.cgi';
You should goread SOAP::Lite Guide. It has complete examples of both clients and servers. Normally Cookbook should be read after this guide.

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Re: Answer: Connecting to a Daemon using SOAP::Lite
by dooberwah (Pilgrim) on Dec 23, 2001 at 03:43 UTC
    Yes, I read through the guide but couldn't find the answer to my problem. Although people asking questions to fast is bad, people answering with RTFM too fast can be worse.

    -Ben Jacobs (dooberwah)
    "one thing i can tell you is you got to be free"

      Sorry, but if you want better answer then ask better question. You have asked how can be written SOAP::Lite client. Do you want to see cut&paste from that guide? It has working examples of clients and servers.

      In short: have you tried example servers and clients from that guide? If not then try. If yes, but you had some problems with them then post again with description of your problems.

      Usually it is very hard to give other answer than RTFM for general questions.

      --
      Ilya Martynov (http://martynov.org/)

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