As of now using SOAP::Lite it is difficult to construct complex SOAP data structures.
My statement holds good when the wsdl schema on the server has lots and lots of complex SOAP datatypes.
In which case using SOAP::Lite will be laborious.
PHP works smoother, when the wsdl schema has complex datatypes
(there is something called as wsdl2php which converts the wsdl schema to equivalent php classes)
using which one can avoid manually constructing the SOAP equivalent complex php data structures
SOAP::Lite can be used if the wsdl schema is simple or not so complex, such a google web services.
In a global sense, SOAP::Lite is better and fully defined, Also usability wise yes, if the wsdl is simple.
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