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Hi, I need fresh eyes on this.
my $soap = SOAP::Lite->new->proxy(' +onManagement/2010/05/PublicSessionManagementService.svc') ->ns('', 'soapenv') ->ns(' +licSessionManagement.Contracts.DataContracts', 'swn') ->ns(' +er', 'pub') ; =pod my $req = SOAP::Data->name( RequestOf_PublicLoginReqest => ( SOAP::Data->name( OperationParameters => ( SOAP::Data->name( Username => $USERNAME )->prefix('swn'), SOAP::Data->name( Password => $PASSWORD )->prefix('swn'), SOAP::Data->name( PublicServiceEntryPoint => 'AlertingServ +ice' )->prefix('swn') ))->prefix('pub') )->prefix('pub') ); =cut my $user = SOAP::Data->name( Username => $USERNAME )->prefix('swn'); my $pass = SOAP::Data->name( Password => $PASSWORD )->prefix('swn'); my $entr = SOAP::Data->name( PublicServiceEntryPoint => 'AlertingServi +ce')->prefix('swn'); my $oper = SOAP::Data->name( OperationParameters => ( $user, $pass, $e +ntr ) )->prefix('pub'); my $reqm = SOAP::Data->name( RequestOf_PublicLoginRequest => $oper )-> +prefix('pub'); my $res = $soap->call( $reqm );
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <soapenv:Envelope soapenv:encodingStyle="" xmlns:pub=" +ger" xmlns:soapenc="" xmlns:soapenv="" xmlns:swn=" +blicSessionManagement.Contracts.DataContracts" xmlns:xsd="" xmlns:xsi=""> <soapenv:Body> <RequestOf_PublicLoginReqest xsi:nil="true" /> #### EMPTY!!! ### +# </soapenv:Body> </soapenv:Envelope>
Note, the piece that is pod'd out effectively builds the same structure as the piece that isn't. Can anyone spot why I'm getting back a nil RequestOf_PublicLoginRequest or why the prefix isn't working?

Update: The prefix actually IS working. so nevermind that bit...

This @ISA my( $cool ) %SIG

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