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Make a SOAP call using the SOAP::Lite package. Use get if your SOAP call expects
a scalar result or get_hash for a hashref. get_meta, get_list and set methods
are not supported yet.
LOCATION => 'https://127.0.0.1/soap',
uri => 'http://schema.company.org/SOAP/Endpoint',
method => 'GetInfo'
This connector supports client authentication using certificates.
- Boolean, sets $SOAP::Constants::DO_NOT_USE_CHARSET
- Boolean, set the parameter seperator to "/" (forward slash)
- By default, the passed arguments are used as postional arguments in the
soap call. If you want to use a named parameter, set this to a list of
names used as keys with the passed parameters. If you pass a string, it is
split into a list a the whitespace character (usefull with Config::Std,
- Optional, if set keys of the returned hash are mapped from the given hash.
Keys must be the names of the SOAP response fields, values are the names
of the keys in the connector response. Can be used with get to
extract a single field from the response, must contain one element, value
- Set this to a true value to use Net::SSL as backend library (otherwise
IO::Socket::SSL is used). Be aware the Net::SSL does not check the
hostname of the server certificate so Man-in-the-Middle-Attacks might be
possible. You should use this only with a really good reason or if you
need support for PKCS12 containers.
- Do not validate the hostname of the server certificate (only useful with
IO::Socket::SSL as Net::SSL does not check the hostname at all).
- Path to a PEM encoded certificate file.
- Path to a PEM encoded key file.
- Path to a PKCS12 container file. This is only supported by Net:SSL and can
not be used together with certificate_file/certificate_key_file.
- The plain password of your encrypted key or PKCS12 container. Note that
Net::SSL does not support password protected keys. You need to use a
PKCS12 container instead! Leave this empty if your key is not protected by
- Path to a directory with trusted certificates (with openssl hashed names).
Also used to validate the server certificate even if no client
authentication is used.
- Same as ca_certificate_path pointing to a single file.
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