package SOAP::WSDL::Server;
use strict;
use warnings;
use Class::Std::Fast::Storable;
use Scalar::Util qw(blessed);
use SOAP::WSDL::Factory::Deserializer;
use SOAP::WSDL::Factory::Serializer;

our $VERSION = 3.003;

my %dispatch_to_of      :ATTR(:name<dispatch_to> :default<()>);
my %action_map_ref_of   :ATTR(:name<action_map_ref> :default<{}>);
my %class_resolver_of   :ATTR(:name<class_resolver> :default<()>);
my %deserializer_of     :ATTR(:name<deserializer>   :default<()>);
my %serializer_of       :ATTR(:name<serializer>   :default<()>);

sub handle {
    my $self = shift;
    my $ident = ident $self;
    # this involves copying the request...
    my $request = shift;                                                # once

    # we only support 1.1 now...
    $deserializer_of{ $ident } ||= SOAP::WSDL::Factory::Deserializer->get_deserializer({
        soap_version => '1.1'
    $serializer_of{ $ident } ||= SOAP::WSDL::Factory::Serializer->get_serializer({
        soap_version => '1.1'

# TODO: factor out dispatcher logic into dispatcher factory + dispatcher
# classes
#    $dispatcher_of{ $ident } ||= SOAP::WSDL::Factory::Dispatcher->get_dispatcher({});

    # set class resolver if deserializer supports it
    $deserializer_of{ $ident }->set_class_resolver( $class_resolver_of{ $ident } )
        if ( $deserializer_of{ $ident }->can('set_class_resolver') );

    # Try deserializing response
    my ($body, $header) = eval {
       $deserializer_of{ $ident }->deserialize( $request->content() );
    if ($@) {
        die $deserializer_of{ $ident }->generate_fault({
                code => 'SOAP-ENV:Server',
                role => 'urn:localhost',
                message => "Error deserializing message: $@. \n"
    if (blessed($body) && $body->isa('SOAP::WSDL::SOAP::Typelib::Fault11')) {
        die $body;

    # lookup method name by SOAPAction
    my $soap_action = $request->header('SOAPAction');
    $soap_action = '' if not defined $soap_action;
    $soap_action =~s{ \A(?:"|')(.+)(?:"|') \z }{$1}xms;
    my $method_name = $action_map_ref_of{ $ident }->{ $soap_action };

#    $dispatcher_of{ $ident }->dispatch({
#        soap_action => $soap_action,
#        request_body => $body,
#        request_header => $header,
#    });

    if (!$dispatch_to_of{ $ident }) {
        die $deserializer_of{ $ident }->generate_fault({
                code => 'SOAP-ENV:Server',
                role => 'urn:localhost',
                message => "No handler registered",

    if (! defined $request->header('SOAPAction') ) {
        die $deserializer_of{ $ident }->generate_fault({
                code => 'SOAP-ENV:Server',
                role => 'urn:localhost',
                message => "Not found: No SOAPAction given",

    if (! defined $method_name) {
        die $deserializer_of{ $ident }->generate_fault({
                code => 'SOAP-ENV:Server',
                role => 'urn:localhost',
                message => "Not found: No method found for the SOAPAction '$soap_action'",

    # find method in handling class/object
    my $method_ref = $dispatch_to_of{ $ident }->can($method_name);

    if (!$method_ref) {
        die $deserializer_of{ $ident }->generate_fault({
                code => 'SOAP-ENV:Server',
                role => 'urn:localhost',
                message => "Not implemented: The handler does not implement the method $method_name",

    my ($response_body, $response_header) = $method_ref->($dispatch_to_of{ $ident }, $body, $header );

    return $serializer_of{ $ident }->serialize({
        body => $response_body,
        header => $response_header,



=head1 NAME

SOAP::WSDL::Server - WSDL based SOAP server base class


Don't use directly, use the SOAP::WSDL::Server::* subclasses


SOAP::WSDL::Server basically follows the architecture sketched below
(though dispatcher classes are not implemented yet)

 SOAP Request           SOAP Response
       |                     ^
       V                     |
 |       SOAP::WSDL::Server                 |
 |  --------------------------------------  |
 | | Transport Class                      | |
 | |--------------------------------------| |
 | | Deserializer       | Serializer      | |
 | |--------------------------------------| |
 | | Dispatcher                           | |
 |  --------------------------------------  |
      | calls                 ^
      v                       | returns
  |   Handler                           |

All of the components (Transport class, deserializer, dispatcher and
serializer) are implemented as plugins.

The architecture is not implemented as planned yet, but the dispatcher is
currently part of SOAP::WSDL::Server, which aggregates serializer and
deserializer, and is subclassed by transport classes (of which
SOAP::WSDL::Server::CGI is the only implemented one yet).

The dispatcher is currently based on the SOAPAction header. This does not
comply to the WS-I basic profile, which declares the SOAPAction as optional.

The final dispatcher will be based on wire signatures (i.e. the classes
of the deserialized messages).

A hash-based dispatcher could be implemented by examining the top level
hash keys.


=head2 Builtin exceptions

SOAP::WSDL::Server handles the following errors itself:

In case of errors, a SOAP Fault containing an appropriate error message
is returned.


=item * XML parsing errors

=item * Configuration errors


=head2 Throwing exceptions

The proper way to throw a exception is just to die -
SOAP::WSDL::Server::CGI catches the exception and sends a SOAP Fault
back to the client.

If you want more control over the SOAP Fault sent to the client, you can
die with a SOAP::WSDL::SOAP::Fault11 object - or just let the
SOAP::Server's deserializer create one for you:

 my $soap = MyServer::SomeService->new();

 die $soap->get_deserializer()->generate_fault({
    code => 'SOAP-ENV:Server',
    role => 'urn:localhost',
    message => "The error message to pas back",
    detail => "Some details on the error",

You may use any other object as exception, provided it has a
serialize() method which returns the object's XML representation.

=head2 Subclassing

To write a transport-specific SOAP Server, you should subclass

See the C<SOAP::WSDL::Server::*> modules for examples.

A SOAP Server must call the following method to actually handle the request:

=head3 handle

Handles the SOAP request.

Returns the response message as XML.

Expects a C<HTTP::Request> object as only parameter.

You may use any other object as parameter, as long as it implements the
following methods:


=item * header

Called as header('SOAPAction'). Must return the corresponding HTTP header.

=item * content

Returns the request message



Copyright 2004-2008 Martin Kutter.

This file is part of SOAP-WSDL. You may distribute/modify it under the same
terms as perl itself

=head1 AUTHOR

Martin Kutter E<lt>martin.kutter fen-net.deE<gt>


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