"there now is a good SOAP::Lite alternative" ?

Matt S Trout dbix-class at trout.me.uk
Sat Dec 15 21:23:48 GMT 2007

On Wed, Dec 12, 2007 at 08:47:30AM +0100, Mark Overmeer wrote:
> * Jonathan Lloyd (webmaster at lifegames.org) [071212 06:58]:
> > I still use SOAP::Lite for the submission of SOAP data and the construction
> > of the request however.  Let me know if this helps!
> > On Nov 30, 2007 3:43 AM, Aaron Trevena <aaron.trevena at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > >From perlbuzz.com :
> > > http://use.perl.org/article.pl?sid=07/11/29/1432250&from=rss
> > > XML::Compile and XML::Compile::SOAP - looks nice - has anybody tried it?
> XML::Compile has quite a number of serious applications already.  Of
> course, every once-in-a-while some small issue pops-up.  Imagin for your
> own implementation, that the only thing you need to take care of is the
> data structure of the message, and all the XML is hidden.  That would
> simplify your code a lot (I presume).  It is a 100% complete, validating
> XML-Schema 2001 implementation.
> The ::SOAP implementation is just released.  I have one set of example
> implementations to one real SOAP server.  So, there will probably be some
> issues left.  But if no-one is using it, then it will never improve.
> WSDL1.1/SOAP1.1 over HTTP, Doc style, RPC-literal and RPC-encoded.

How does it compare to the SOAP::Lite-free SOAP::WSDL 2.0?

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