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I'm writing a little Web Service in Perl, and I'm using Pod::WSDL to achieve it. All appears to be right when I call it from the browser, it shows the WSDL code and it seems to be fine. But now I'm using the Web Services Explorer from Eclipse to call it and it looks perfect until I try to use a method, in any case I get:

IWAB0135E An unexpected error has occurred.
Moved Permanently

This is the code of my Web Service: package WebserviceFunctions; =begin WSDL _DOC Hello return a String saying hello _IN name $string the name of the user to salute _RETURN $string Returns a string Hello, name =end WSDL sub Hello { my $name = shift; my $return = "Hello, $name"; return $return; } =begin WSDL _DOC Goodbye return a String saying goodbye _IN name $string the name of the user to dismiss _RETURN $string Returns a string Goodbye, name =end WSDL sub Goodbye { my $name = shift; my $return = "Goodbye, $name"; return $return; } 1; webservice.cgi #!/usr/bin/perl -w use Pod::WSDL; use CGI; use strict; use warnings; print CGI->header('text/xml'); my $pod = new Pod::WSDL(source=> './', location=>' +vice', pretty=>1, withDocumentation=>1); $pod->addNamespace('','Webserv +iceFunctions'); print $pod->WSDL;
To call the webservice I point to
I hope you can help me to find out why I get this 301 error, Thank You!

In reply to Using Pod::WSDL and getting error 301 when calling any method by Max_Kooler

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