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How to handle errors in Perl?

So, Can you show me a way how to handle the error when I use SoapLite in Perl. As I see, when I change line 15 to:

 my $returnGeck = $ssc-> saveGeck($geck, 'tolgar'); 

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and do:

print Dumper $returnGeck;

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it does not return anything. This means, save Geck cannot save it. So do you think there is some limitation on the size of the data that SOAP LITE can handle. Because, $geck is kind of big.

I also added this but it didn't return anything as well:
   

$ssc->_on_fault = 
sub { my($soap, $res) = @_; 
      die ref $res ? $res->faultstring : $soap->transport->status, "\n";

my $returnGeck = $ssc-> saveGeck($geck, 'tolgar'); 
  if(!$returnGeck){
   print $@;
  } else {
   print Dumper $returnGeck;
  }

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farzanjCommented:
I recommend try ... catch kind of logic

http://perldesignpatterns.com/?TryCatch
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TolgarAuthor Commented:
Thank you for your reply but I need something specific to SOAP LITE implementation in Perl.

Thanks,
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TolgarAuthor Commented:
When I do:

print $returnGeck;

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It returns:

$VAR1 = undef;

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Do you think there is some restriction in the amount of data that Perl can process, because $geck is kind of big?

On the other hand, when I do the same process using SOAP UI it works totally fine. This means there is no problem in the Web Service. But there is definitely something wrong in Perl part.

Do you know what the limitation can be? And how can I solve it?

Thanks,
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TolgarAuthor Commented:
Try catch is a general way of handling errors. I was looking for a special case for my implementation.
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