Receiving Returning Values as a HTTP Response

This section describes how to receive the returning value XML message from the remote machine.

The last item of the XML-RPC specification is about how to returning values of remote method call can be received as a HTTP response.

XML-RPC defines that the returning values must be delivered as a HTTP response back to the local host with the following rules:

Here is an example of an XML-RPC response:

HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Connection: close
Content-Length: 200
Content-Type: text/xml

<?xml version="1.0"?>


Table of Contents

 About This Book

 Perl on Linux Systems

 ActivePerl on Windows Systems

 Data Types: Values and Variables

 Expressions, Operations and Simple Statements

 User Defined Subroutines

 Perl Built-in Debugger

 Name Spaces and Perl Module Files

 Symbolic (or Soft) References

 Hard References - Addresses of Memory Objects

 Objects (or References) and Classes (or Packages)

 Typeglob and Importing Identifiers from Other Packages

 String Built-in Functions and Performance

 File Handles and Data Input/Output

 Open Files in Binary Mode

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 File System Functions and Operations

 Converting Perl Script to Executable Binary

 Using DBM Database Files

 Using MySQL Database Server

 Socket Communication Over the Internet

 XML::Simple Module - XML Parser and Generator

 XML Communication Model

 SOAP::Lite - SOAP Server-Client Communication Module

 Perl Programs as IIS Server CGI Scripts

 CGI (Common Gateway Interface)

XML-RPC - Remote Procedure Call with XML and HTTP

 What Is XML-RPC?

 Defining a Remote Method Call in XML

 Sending a Remote Method Call as a HTTP Request

 Defining Returning Values of a Remote Method Call

Receiving Returning Values as a HTTP Response

 RPC::XML - Perl Implementation of XML-RPC

 Integrating Perl with Apache Web Server Module for Building Web Pages

 LWP::UserAgent and Web Site Testing


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