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Which version of SOAP::WSDL are you running.
My current codebase uses SOAP::WSDL 1.25. That's the version that will install if you issue install SOAP::WSDL from CPAN.

I've not really used version 2. I'm sure Martin will move the CPAN linkage to version 2 when he feels it's ready.

During make test some of the test cases are skipped and it complains about the client. Then when i use the Perl script it complains that it cant find the Perl Module WSDL.pm
You should probably file a bug against v2 here.

i manually copied and pasted the perl module in the lib folder for Perl. That seems to solve that problem and then it starts complaining about not finding the perl module Client.pm
That's not a good idea. Sounds like Makefile.PL is broken.

Can i install the package somehow other so i dont have to manually find modules and place them in folders?
No one is recommending you do those things.

Could you guide me on what i should do?
Use the v1 series.

-David


In reply to Re^3: Calling .NET based service using SOAP::Lite for Perl by erroneousBollock
in thread Calling .NET based service using SOAP::Lite for Perl by Khurrum

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