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He suggested that I might not be using an API correctly but I don't know what it is. I looked at the 0.60a version and created a patch and sent it to the author to get it reviewed and I wasn't sure if I am breaking something else. Here are the changes, please help review and bless them :)

diff C:/Perl/site/lib/SOAP/ C:/Perl/site/lib/SOAP/Lite.p +m 1964,1973c1964 < if ( defined o_child($node) ) { < my @children; < foreach my $child ( @{ o_child($node) } ) { < push( @children, $self->_as_data($child) ); < } < $data->set_value( \SOAP::Data->value(@children) ); < } < else { < $data->set_value( o_value($node) ); < } --- > $data->set_value( o_value($node) ); 1993c1984 < die "Incorrect parameter" unless $itself =~/^\d$/; --- > die "Incorrect parameter" unless $itself =~ /^\d*$/;

In reply to Re^2: Help with SOAP::Lite error by Anonymous Monk
in thread Help with SOAP::Lite error by Anonymous Monk

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