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Re: XML module advice

by SciDude (Friar)
on Jun 07, 2004 at 21:12 UTC ( #362113=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to XML module advice

The EFSNet site suggests a solution to your problem. Did you experiment with the SOAP::Lite code samples provided by them:

# Note: To use this sample, insert your issued StoreID and StoreKey va +lues where appropriate. # This sample Perl code demonstrates calling the EFSnet SystemCheck me +thod via the SOAP interface. # This code requires SOAP::Lite and its pre-requisites (http://www.soa use SOAP::Lite; # Call EFSnet SystemCheck method @OutputParams = SOAP::Lite -> service('') -> SystemCheck('myStoreID', 'myStoreKey', 'EFSnet samples 1.0'); # Get output variables $ResponseCode = $OutputParams[0]; $ResultCode = $OutputParams[1]; $ResultMessage = $OutputParams[2];

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Re^2: XML module advice
by fuzzyping (Chaplain) on Jun 08, 2004 at 04:15 UTC
    Yes, I did. The SOAP SystemCheck method they provide for testing works fine, but neither their XML or CGI interfaces are authenticating successfully for me. The SOAP interface appears easy to use, but none of the other methods work at all for me. I'll be calling their support line soon.


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