Soap add_method

Is there a way to set default arguments for soap methods?

i.e.

proxy.add_method(‘value1’,‘value2’=‘something’)

I need to pass a long a username and password with each soap call.
please let me know, thanks!

Justin M. wrote:

Is there a way to set default arguments for soap methods?

i.e.

proxy.add_method(‘value1’,‘value2’=‘something’)

I need to pass a long a username and password with each soap call.
please let me know, thanks!

I would also like to add, this is not Basic auth(http auth). This is
simple passing a variable called username and password with each call.

On 2/22/07, Justin M. [email protected] wrote:


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Hi Justin, I don’t know exactly how SOAP4R handles this, but you could
add the method normally, and writte a wrapper to call the method with
the attributes:
class << soap_object
def really_cool_method(*args)
self.cool_method(:value1 => "blah, args)
end
end

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