SoapClient::__call

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SoapClient::__callSOAP 関数をコールする (非推奨)

説明

public SoapClient::__call(string $name, array $args): mixed

このメソッドを直接呼ぶのは推奨しません。 通常、SOAP の関数は SoapClient オブジェクトのメソッドとして呼べるようになっています。 それができない場合、あるいは追加オプションを指定する必要がある場合は、 SoapClient::__soapCall() を使いましょう。

パラメータ

name

コールするSOAP関数の名前。

args

関数に渡す引数の配列。 連想配列でも、数値添字形式の配列でも構いません。 ほとんどのSOAPサーバーに対しては、 引数の名前を指定することが必須であり、 その場合は、連想配列を指定する必要があることに注意して下さい。

戻り値

SOAP 関数は、一つまたは複数の値を返す可能性があります。 SOAP 関数から値をひとつだけ返す場合は、 返り値はスカラーになります。 複数の値を返す場合は、出力パラメータの名前がついた連想配列を返します。

エラーが発生した場合、 かつ SoapClientexceptionsfalse に設定した場合は、 SoapFault オブジェクトを返します。

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philipp dot gruber at catchoftheday dot com dot au
8 years ago
If you are using a WSDL, the library will strip out anything from your parameters that is not defined in WSDL, without giving you any notice about this.

So if your parameters are not fully matching the WSDL, it will simply send no parameters at all.
This can be a bit hard to debug if you don't have access to the target server.

__soapCall() expects parameters in an array called 'parameters' as opposed to calling the function via it's WSDL name, where it accepts the parameters as a plain array.

I.e. if a function called sendOrder expects a parameter (array) called orderDetails, you can call it like this:

$orderDetails = array(/* your data */);
$soap->sendOrder(array('orderDetails' => $orderDetails));

Which is equivalent to:

$client->__soapCall('sendOrder', array('parameters' => array('orderDetails' => $orderDetails)));

Note the additional 'parameters' key used in __soapCall().
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KRavEN
13 years ago
extend of __call thats adds a retry to handle the occasional 'Could not connect to host' exceptions

<?php
class LocalSoapClient extends SoapClient
{

  public function
__call($function_name, $arguments)
  {
   
$result = false;
   
$max_retries = 5;
   
$retry_count = 0;
   
    while(!
$result && $retry_count < $max_retries)
    {
      try
      {
       
$result = parent::__call($function_name, $arguments);
      }
      catch(
SoapFault $fault)
      {
        if(
$fault->faultstring != 'Could not connect to host')
        {
          throw
$fault;
        }
      }
     
sleep(1);
     
$retry_count ++;
    }
    if(
$retry_count == $max_retries)
    {
      throw new
SoapFault('Could not connect to host after 5 attempts');
    }
    return
$result;
  }
}
?>
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bananos at dev dot co dot ua
14 years ago
I'm writing PHP SOAP client (based on php_soap extension) which uses Google AdService,
today, I tried to create sample Ad using   AdService::addAds()  and discovered that my SOAP library does not pass
"headline", "description1", "description2"  parameters in SOAP request.

First, I thought that this was something wrong with my data, coz I was getting validation errors like
"One or more input elements failed validation."   Then I decided to take a look at WSDL description
https://adwords.google.com/api/adwords/v11/AdService?wsdl

And voilà !  I've found this:

<complexType name="Ad" abstract="true">
<sequence>
  <element name="adGroupId" type="xsd:int"/>
  <element name="adType" nillable="true" minOccurs="0" type="impl:AdType"/>
  <element name="destinationUrl" nillable="true" minOccurs="0" type="xsd:string"/>
  <element name="disapproved" type="xsd:boolean"/>
  <element name="displayUrl" nillable="true" minOccurs="0" type="xsd:string"/>
  <element name="exemptionRequest" nillable="true" minOccurs="0" type="xsd:string"/>
  <element name="id" type="xsd:long"/>
  <element name="status" nillable="true" minOccurs="0" type="impl:AdStatus"/>
</sequence>

</complexType>

There is no any ''description", "headline1", "headline2", however there is another complexType

<complexType name="TextAd">
    <complexContent>
    <extension base="impl:Ad">
    <sequence>

<element name="description1" nillable="true" type="xsd:string"/>
<element name="description2" nillable="true" type="xsd:string"/>
<element name="headline" nillable="true" type="xsd:string"/>
</sequence>

</extension>
</complexContent>
</complexType>

So, the thing is when you are working with php_soap be aware of complexType extensions which does not work in php_soap when you try to do things like:

<?php

$client
= new
   
SoapClient(
      
"https://adwords.google.com/api/adwords/v11/AdService?wsdl",
        array( 
'trace'      => true,
               
'exceptions' => true,
             )
     
    );

$entropy     = substr(md5(rand(0, time())), 0, 10);
//create Ad test structure
$sample_ad =  array(
              
"id" => 0,
              
"adGroupId" => 0,
              
"adType" => 'TextAd',
              
"disapproved" => false,
              
"destinationUrl" => 'http://test.com',
              
"displayUrl" => 'www.Test.com',
              
"status" => "Paused", //  Enabled / Disabled
              
"descr_iption1" => 'D1_'.$entropy,
              
"des_cription2" => 'D2_'.$entropy,
              
"head_line" => 'H_'.$entropy
       
);

$client->addAds(array('ads' => array($sample_ad) );
?>
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Samil Abud
14 years ago
Hi,
This is a good example, for the SOAP function "__call".
However it is deprecated.

<?php
$wsdl
= "http://webservices.tekever.eu/ctt/?wsdl";
$int_zona = 5;
$int_peso = 1001;
$cliente = new SoapClient($wsdl);
print
"<p>Envio Internacional: ";
$vem = $cliente->__call('CustoEMSInternacional',array($int_zona, $int_peso));
print
$vem;
print
"</p>";
?>
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