Hello, I'm trying to access a SOAP webservice written in C# .NET from Ruby (running on Ubuntu). The server has two classes within its namespace: AddressSearch ServiceAuthentication The namespace is http://local/blah/AddressSearch.asmx The problem is that the client only knows about one method, findAddress - a method of the AddressSearch class. I cannot get it to see the ServiceAuthentication class. Apparently I need to pass an instance of the Service Authentication class to a method of the Address search class. I'm basing this on some sampel C# .NET client code. I have been told that the response I am getting from the server is because I am not authenticated. My problem is that in all the examples of SOAP I have seen, looking through the ruby mailing list archives, there is only one class dealt with at a time. Basically, I need to know if my understanding of what I am trying to do is wrong, if one SOAP namespace can contain multiple classes, and if so, how I can use these two different classes in the same ruby code. My client code is: def soap_me(postcode, streetname, town) @postcode = postcode @streetname = streetname @town = town wsdl_url = "http://10.0.0.35/iedirectimage/AddressSearch.asmx?WSDL" soap = SOAP::WSDLDriverFactory.new(wsdl_url).create_rpc_driver auth = soap.ServiceAuthentication(:login => "addresstest", :password => "password") #The above line gives a undefined method `ServiceAuthentication' error res = soap.findAddress(:postcode => @postcode, :streetName => @streetname, :town => @town) puts res.inspect end soap_me("SW15 6JH", "Upper Richmond Road", "London") The WSDL is posted here: http://www.blacksworld.net/projects/stuff/wsdl.xml Thanks for the help - I know my post is slightly confused - it reflects my state of mind!
on 2007-02-07 14:31