Forum: Ruby Re: Question about soap/wsdlDriver

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Berger, Daniel (Guest)
on 2006-05-08 22:58
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> pickaxe.  I checked google, but did not see this specific problem,
>     {}specialEncoding=#<SOAP::Mapping::Object:0xb0e5b0>>
> but, if I do the following, I get an error:
>      irb(main):022:0> p result.resultElements[0].methods.sort
> missed in some documentation somewhere?
My *guess* is that soap/wsdlDriver is being overzealous with a camelCase
naming convention and automatically converts all the methods to match
that convention.  Arguably a bug, or a feature.  I don't see it
documented either way in the source.  In fact, I don't see any
documentation at all in the source. :(



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Matt Long (Guest)
on 2006-05-08 23:14
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Thanks, that is what I thought.  Or it is trying to avoid creation of
what appear to be constants.  It must have changed some of that
behavior since the book was written.

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