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SOAP::Data is a Perl class that provides the means by which to explicitly manipulate and control all aspects of the way in which Perl data gets expressed as SOAP data entities. The SOAP::Data class provides the means by which to explicitly manipulate and control all aspects of the way in which Perl data gets expressed as SOAP data entities. Most of the methods are accessors, which like those in SOAP::Lite are designed to return the current value if no new one is passed, while returning the object reference otherwise (allowing for chained method calls). Note that most accessors (except value) accept a new value for the data object as a second argument. METHODS new(optional key/value pairs) $obj = SOAP::Data->new(name => idx, value => 5); This is the class constructor. Almost all of the attributes related to the class may be passed to the constructor as key/value pairs. This method isnt often used directly because SOAP::Data objects are generally created for temporary use. It is available for those situations that require it. name(new name, optional value) $obj->name(index); Gets or sets the current value of the name, as the object regards it. The name is what the serializer will use for the tag when generating the XML for this object. It is what will become the accessor for the data element. Optionally, the objects value may be updated if passed as a second argument. type(new type, optional value) $obj->type(int); Gets or sets the type associated with the current value in the object. This is useful for those cases where the SOAP::Data object is used to explicitly specify the type of data that would otherwise be interpreted as a different type completely (such as perceiving the string 123 as an integer, instead). Allows the setting of the objects value, if passed as a second argument to the method. uri(new uri, optional value) $obj->uri(; Gets or sets the URI that will be used as the namespace for the resulting XML entity, if one is desired. This doesnt set the label for the namespace. If one isnt provided by means of the prefix method, one is generated automatically when needed. Also allows the setting of the objects value, if passed as a second argument to the method. prefix(new prefix, optional value) $obj->prefix(perl); Provides the prefix, or label, for use when associating the data object with a specific namespace. Also allows the setting of the objects value, if passed as a second argument to the method. attr(hash reference of attributes, optional value) $obj->attr({ attr1 => value }); Allows for the setting of arbitrary attributes on the data object. Keep in mind the requirement that any attributes not natively known to SOAP must be namespace-qualified. Also allows the setting of the objects value, if passed as a second argument to the method. value(new value) $obj->value(10); Fetches the current value encapsulated by the object, or explicitly sets it. The last four methods are convenience shortcuts for the attributes that SOAP itself supports. Each also permits inclusion of a new value, as an optional second argument. actor(new actor, optional value) $obj->actor($new_actor_name); Gets or sets the value of the actor attribute; useful only when the object generates an entity for the message header. mustUnderstand(boolean, optional value) $obj->mustUnderstand(0); Manipulates the mustUnderstand attribute, which tells the SOAP processor whether it is required to understand the entity in question. encodingStyle(new encoding URN, optional value) $obj->encodingStyle($soap_11_encoding); This method is most likely to be used in places outside the header creation. Sets encodingStyle, which specifies an encoding that differs from the one that would otherwise be defaulted to. root(boolean, optional value) $obj->root(1); When the application must explicitly specify which data element is to be regarded as the root element for the sake of generating the object model, this method provides the access to the root attribute..

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