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SOAP::Simple, just a hair simpler than SOAP::Lite, lots of the robustness as XML::Compile -- if it works for you it works, if it doesn't , watch the XML::Compile slides

#!/usr/bin/perl -- use Path::Class; use constant THISFILE => file( __FILE__ )->absolute->stringify; use constant THISDIR => file( THISFILE )->dir->stringify; use strict; use warnings; use SOAP::Simple; use Data::Dumper; use autodie qw/ chdir /; chdir THISFILE; #~ +.pod use Log::Report mode => 'DEBUG'; use LWP::Simple qw/ mirror /; my $wsdlurl = ''; my $wsdlfile = 'EfilingWS.wsdl'; -e $wsdlfile or mirror( $wsdlurl, $wsdlfile ); my $soap = SOAP::Simple->new( $wsdlfile ); my ($answer, $trace) = $soap->getOcscData( Method => 'Person', FirstName => 'Michael%', Lastname => 'Smith%', ); $trace->printRequest; print Dumper($answer),"\n"; print Dumper($trace),"\n";

My soap tips (I hate soap), SOAP::Lite is too much work, SOAP::Simple is less work work ... its built on XML::Compile::SOAP/ , see my treasure trove of soap examples and lost knowledge,$soap->transport->add_handler("request_send", \&pp_dump );,

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in thread How to use Perl instead of Coldfusion. by flexvault

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