I have mostly looked at https://metacpan.org/ for package information and stackoverflow,perlmonks etc for examples.


The internet is a great link 🤦

Someone somewhere on the Internet said some software is dead ...


Must have been talking to the ghost of Willzyx :P




Jul 02, 2019 XML-Compile-1.63 
Jan 15, 2020 XML-Compile-C14N-0.95 
Mar 05, 2018 XML-Compile-Cache-1.06 
Jan 22, 2014 XML-Compile-Dumper-0.14 
May 10, 2018 XML-Compile-Licensed-0.02 
Jan 15, 2020 XML-Compile-RPC-0.20 
Nov 19, 2019 XML-Compile-SOAP-3.26 
Feb 15, 2016 XML-Compile-SOAP-AnyEvent-0.90 
May 10, 2018 XML-Compile-SOAP-Daemon-3.14 
Jan 05, 2020 XML-Compile-SOAP-Mojolicious-0.06 
May 10, 2018 XML-Compile-SOAP12-3.06 
May 10, 2018 XML-Compile-Tester-0.91 
Jan 15, 2020 XML-Compile-WSA-0.95 
May 10, 2018 XML-Compile-WSDL11-3.07 
May 08, 2017 XML-Compile-WSS-1.14 
Jul 15, 2016 XML-Compile-WSS-Signature-2.02 

I understand that there are more than one way

Its simple, try using both modules to solve your problem, then decide which one works for you

In reply to Re^3: SOAP Client package by Anonymous Monk
in thread SOAP Client package by PerlMASA

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