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WSNotification::Interfaces::WSBaseNotificationSender::SubscriptionManagerPort(3pm) User Contributed Perl Documentation WSNotification::Interfaces::WSBaseNotificationSender::SubscriptionManagerPort(3pm)


WSNotification::Interfaces::WSBaseNotificationSender::SubscriptionManagerPort - SOAP Interface for the WSBaseNotificationSender Web Service


 use WSNotification::Interfaces::WSBaseNotificationSender::SubscriptionManagerPort;
 my $interface = WSNotification::Interfaces::WSBaseNotificationSender::SubscriptionManagerPort->new();
 my $response;
 $response = $interface->Renew();
 $response = $interface->Unsubscribe();


SOAP Interface for the WSBaseNotificationSender web service located at

SERVICE WSBaseNotificationSender

Port SubscriptionManagerPort


General methods



All arguments are forwarded to SOAP::WSDL::Client.

SOAP Service methods

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Returns a WSNotification::Elements::RenewResponse object.

 $response = $interface->Renew( {
    TerminationTime => $some_value, # AbsoluteOrRelativeTimeType


Returns a WSNotification::Elements::UnsubscribeResponse object.

 $response = $interface->Unsubscribe( {


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2023-02-24 perl v5.36.0