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Old 3rd July 2008, 19:01
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Default Enable SOAP help

I have an existing FC5 x64 system up and running. I was told to ENABLE SOAP. (by a potential programmer)
Attached is my 'yum search soap' output. Can I just run 'yum install php-soap', restart apache and be done?

I also had this suggestion in addition to enabling SOAP.:
"If you want this done in Perl: Same options for MySQL and the following CPAN modules will need to be installed
XML::SImple
Data:umper
SOAP::Transport::HTTP
I prefer to code this in Perl because I have heard of PHP having limitations when integrating with XML and SOAP.

Is there a simple procedure to add these (CPAN?) modules?
Thanks,
Dave
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File Type: txt yum-search-soap.txt (8.8 KB, 579 views)

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