I'm trying to send a hashref as an argument to a SOAP server. I'm dumping the args to a log on the server and they look fine, but I get a warning when running the client:
Cannot encode 'hashref' element as 'hash'. Will be encoded as 'map' in
And, here's the weird bit. I was just running an adapted sample from the docs that begins with:
When I change this to:
the warning disappears.
Is there a difference between the -w switch and the "use warnings" pragma?
ps - I'm running these as "perl script.pl" rather than "./script.pl"
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