.Net web services and integers

Compare the versions of Ruby. Your server may have a different version (1.8.4) instead of 1.8.6.

How are you consuming the web service? What library are you using?

Also, wasn't there some weird bug in 1.8.5 with numbers?

(I like how specific that was, don't you? :))

--Jeremy

What about the version of gems? Same versions?

No, I meant the versions of the gems you are are using, like the SOAP one. Are those the same?

gem list

Soap is built into the Ruby std lib, yes, but there is a soap4r gem that’s a bit more complete of an implementation.

WARNING: Use soap4r 1.5.7 or lower, don’t use 1.5.8.

Jason

Jason, care to go further into depth with this warning? maybe why…

WARNING: Use soap4r 1.5.7 or lower, don’t use 1.5.8.

Jason

/Shawn

Prove it’s not the server. Run your app in production mode on your Mac. If it acts the same, then it’s something on your server and not in Rails. :slight_smile: