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Yeah I did wrap and got the same error!! But going back to the error above after some backtracking and going through the nusoap classes...I echoed out some lines and got the following error: It seems like the true error has to do with access to the WSDL file. I printed out some echos and the error that occurs before anything else is the following: HTTP ERROR: Couldn't open socket connection to server http://mywebserver?WSDL.
Again, I am using the same nusoap classes as my home machine however the machine at work is receiving this time out error! Does anyone know if certain port has to be open? Or can there be a security issue at my job that my be blocking access the the server hosting the WSDL file? I thought we were just using regular http requests? Any help would be appreciated.
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Does anyone know if certain port has to be open?

http uses TCP/80 until you explicitly specify another.
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Or can there be a security issue at my job that my be blocking access the the server hosting the WSDL file?

yes, it's possible. Try the link in a browser, it should show you xml, otherwise consult with network guys at your work.
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I thought we were just using regular http requests?

correct. All the requests are http, but some software may inspect http traffic and make "changes", e.g. block activex or javascripts or java applets.
Just for example NIS firewall can do it.
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Im sure that our TCP/80 port is open and with no problems..i tried the wsdl link in a browser and didn't run into any issues. I was able to see the XML on my browser. So im not sure what could be causing this time out issue when accessing this WSDL when I use the nusoap classes. Like I said before seems to work from home but not at work. Thanks again for the help ddmitrie!
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an opened port does not mean that it is opened for all applications.
Check firewall settings and per-application permissions.
BTW, what firewall are you using? Check its logs (enable them if they are not already enabled).
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