XML::Compile::SOAP::Daemon::LWPutil - LWP helper routines
is a Exporter
# used by ::Daemon::NetServer
# and ::Daemon::AnyDaemon
- Collect the soap action URI from the request, with "undef" on
failure. Officially, the "SOAPAction" has no other purpose than
the ability to route messages over HTTP: it should not be linked to the
portname of the message (although it often can).
- lwp_add_header($field, $content, ...)
- lwp_handle_connection($connection, %options)
- lwp_http11_connection($daemon, $socket)
- Initialize a HTTP/1.1 connect on the client $socket.
- lwp_make_response( $request, $rc, $msg, $body, [$postproc] )
- lwp_run_request( $request, $handler, [$connection, $postproc]
- Handle one $request (HTTP::Request object), which was received from the
CLIENT (string). When the request has been received, the $handler is
called. Returns the status, the status as text message, and the output as
- Initialize LWP usage based on a created $socket.
- lwp_wsdl_response( [$wsdlfile|$response] )
- Set the result of WSDL query responses, either to a response which is
created internally containing $wsdlfile, or to an already complete
$response object (HTTP::Response). The response object is returned.
The "LWP" based daemons provide a "postprocess" option to
their "run()" methods. The parameter is a CODE reference.
When defined, the CODE is called when the response message is ready to be
returned to the client:
$code->($request, $response, $status, \$body)
The source $requests is passed as first parameter. The $response is an
HTTP::Response object, with all headers but without the body. The $status is
the result code of the handler. A value of 200 ("HTTP_OK" from
"HTTP::Status") indicates successful processing of the request. When
the status is not HTTP_OK you may skip the postprocessing.
The $body are the bytes which will be added as body to the response after this
postprocessing has been done. You may change the body. Be warned
the body is not a (latin1 or utf-8) string but already encoded into a byte
This module is part of XML-Compile-SOAP-Daemon distribution version 3.14, built
on May 11, 2018. Website: http://perl.overmeer.net/CPAN/
Copyrights 2007-2018 by [Mark Overmeer <email@example.com>]. For other
contributors see ChangeLog.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
the same terms as Perl itself. See http://dev.perl.org/licenses/