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Re^2: SOAP-Lite-0.714 Not working

by btechpl (Initiate)
on Apr 11, 2012 at 17:06 UTC ( #964577=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

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Yes - trying to "install" SOAP-Lite. It installs, but will not regonize. Although they passed Makefile, make, make test and make install. Client HTTPS support Crypt::SSLeay Client FTP support SOAP::Transport::FTP What you mentioned is directly from CPAN download site. I will try to give that a try, and see how it goes. The reason, why I need to implement this is below. Objective - to produce an XML script, and XML file, based on input of Web page. 1). Written a perl script to produce XML script and file (part is done). 2). Created HTML/PHP Web Pages with selections, input and more (part is done). 3). Need to have have a translation layer between HTML/PHP to and from Perl. To control Perl routines. Thanks,

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Re^3: SOAP-Lite-0.714 Not working
by Plankton (Vicar) on Apr 18, 2012 at 05:11 UTC
    Well the reason I say install by executing perl -MCPAN -eshell is that CPAN module will download and install any modules SOAP::Lite is dependent upon. Crypt::SSLeay will probably need some encryption software installed that is not available from cpan, but you would get some error message telling you what to do. So really do the perl -MCPAN -eshell thing and let the CPAN module do its thing. It is better than doing wget && tar -xzf SOAP-Lite-0.714.tar.gz && cd SOAP-Lite-0.714 && make && make test && make install.
      Yes, it does need an encryption software. It requires OI::Socket::SSL. This has been installed, and is recognized by SOAP::Lite. Thanks for reply.

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