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Re^2: SOAP::Serializer::envelope: Client Application failed during request deserialization

by david2008 (Scribe)
on Jun 22, 2010 at 08:02 UTC ( #845853=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: SOAP::Serializer::envelope: Client Application failed during request deserialization
in thread SOAP::Serializer::envelope: Client Application failed during request deserialization

I sent it through post from one web service to the apache server of another instance which executes the script.
Just to see what happens, i intercepted with CGI->new and then printed the input, and it gets a valid xml.
I agree that it looks like the xml is broken. But the downgrade of the version of soap::lite from 0.712 to 0.708 solves the problem. If it would be a broken xml, why would the downgrade help?


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Re^3: SOAP::Serializer::envelope: Client Application failed during request deserialization
by Anonymous Monk on Jun 22, 2010 at 09:11 UTC
      I made the tests and the test results were ok
      t/01-core.t .................................. ok t/010-serializer.t ........................... ok t/012-cloneable.t ............................ ok t/013-array-deserialization.t ................ ok t/014_UNIVERSAL_use.t ........................ ok t/015_UNIVERSAL_can.t ........................ ok t/02-payload.t ............................... ok t/03-server.t ................................ ok t/04-attach.t ................................ skipped: Could not find + MIME::Parser - is MIME::Tools installed? Aborting. t/05-customxml.t ............................. ok t/06-modules.t ............................... ok t/07-xmlrpc_payload.t ........................ ok t/08-schema.t ................................ ok t/096_characters.t ........................... skipped: (no reason giv +en) t/097_kwalitee.t ............................. skipped: (no reason giv +en) t/098_pod.t .................................. skipped: (no reason giv +en) t/099_pod_coverage.t ......................... skipped: (no reason giv +en) t/IO/SessionData.t ........................... ok t/IO/SessionSet.t ............................ ok t/SOAP/Data.t ................................ ok t/SOAP/Lite/Deserializer/XMLSchema1999.t ..... ok t/SOAP/Lite/Deserializer/XMLSchema2001.t ..... ok t/SOAP/Lite/Deserializer/XMLSchemaSOAP1_1.t .. ok t/SOAP/Lite/Deserializer/XMLSchemaSOAP1_2.t .. ok t/SOAP/Lite/Packager.t ....................... ok t/SOAP/Schema/WSDL.t ......................... ok t/SOAP/Serializer.t .......................... ok t/SOAP/Transport/HTTP.t ...................... ok t/SOAP/Transport/HTTP/CGI.t .................. ok t/SOAP/Transport/IO.t ........................ ok t/SOAP/Transport/LOCAL.t ..................... ok t/SOAP/Transport/MAILTO.t .................... skipped: Cannot test wi +thout Test::MockObject t/SOAP/Transport/POP3.t ...................... ok t/XML/Parser/Lite.t .......................... ok t/XMLRPC/Lite.t .............................. ok All tests successful. Files=35, Tests=868, 13 wallclock secs ( 0.49 usr 0.23 sys + 7.04 cu +sr 1.44 csys = 9.20 CPU) Result: PASS
        Could the note at line 17 direct you to your problem?
        Could not find MIME::Parser - is MIME::Tools installed?

        I know zip about S::S::E and acknowledge that success-by-downgrading could argue against the missing M::P as a root of the problem, but it might be worthwhile chasing down the call, anyway.

        I made the tests and the test results were ok

        Then you need to post a short self contained program that shows the problem.

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