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Hi I am running into an interesting problem with the SOAP implementation in Sherlock. It is croaking on some XML that is being returned from my server. Before people jump all over this and tell me this is my problem, bear with me :) The XML in question is actually coming from a variety of RSS/RDF files. The thing that is interesting is that the SOAP client I have developed for testing the SOAP server also croaks. The SOAP client and server are both developed using SOAPLite, a Perl module. What is interesting is that my SOAP client does not croak if I tell it _not_ to use the expat XML parser to process the XML returned from the SOAP server, but to use another (simpler) parser included for testing purposes. So what I am wondering is this: Is the SOAP implementation in Sherlock reliant on expat for parsing the XML returned from a SOAP server. My hunch is that it is. This hunch is reinforced by the fact that XPath Finder also croaks on the same XML, by croaking I mean that while it downloads the file correctly from the server (I checked the logs), it refuses to display any path at all. I am not looking for a solution here, just a confirmation that my hunch is right. Personally I think it is good that Sherlock would use expat, it is the best XML parser around. http://expat.sourceforge.net/ Cheers Francois _______________________________________________ sherlock-channel-development mailing list | email@hidden Help/Unsubscribe/Archives: http://www.lists.apple.com/mailman/listinfo/sherlock-channel-development Do not post admin requests to the list. They will be ignored.
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