SoapClient::__getLastRequest

(PHP 5, PHP 7)

SoapClient::__getLastRequestReturns last SOAP request

Opis

public SoapClient::__getLastRequest ( void ) : string

Returns the XML sent in the last SOAP request.

Informacja:

This method works only if the SoapClient object was created with the trace option set to TRUE.

Parametry

Ta funkcja nie posiada parametrów.

Zwracane wartości

The last SOAP request, as an XML string.

Przykłady

Przykład #1 SoapClient::__getLastRequest() example

<?php
$client 
= new SoapClient("some.wsdl", array('trace' => 1));
$result $client->SomeFunction();
echo 
"REQUEST:\n" $client->__getLastRequest() . "\n";
?>

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Anonymous
10 years ago
Adding htmlentities() can be helpful since it makes the XML visible in your browser without needing to view the source.

<?php

echo "REQUEST:\n" . htmlentities($client->__getLastRequest()) . "\n";

?>
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hejdavladislav at gmail dot com
4 years ago
Note that when you create SoapClient with option "trace" set to FALSE or omit it, than "__getLastRequest()" always returns NULL.
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Ersin DOGAN
11 years ago
I guess many peoples calls getLastRequest and it returns nothing. "Heey where is the my last request". Now we will see our request,  when you created a SoapClient instance, you should give a option parameter as below :

<?php
// below $option=array('trace',1);
// correct one is below
$option=array('trace'=>1);

$client=new SoapClient('some.wsdl',$option);

try{
 
$client->aMethodAtRemote();
}catch(
SoapFault $fault){
 
// <xmp> tag displays xml output in html
 
echo 'Request : <br/><xmp>',
 
$client->__getLastRequest(),
 
'</xmp><br/><br/> Error Message : <br/>',
 
$fault->getMessage();
}
?>

"trace" parameter enables output of request. Now, you should see SOAP request.
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LZhang
6 years ago
Creating an xml file and link to the file is my way.

$outputxml = '/output.xml';

file_put_contents($_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] . $outputxml, $client->__getLastRequest());

echo '<a href="' . $outputxml . '">here</a>';
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mayurvirkar at gmail dot com
7 years ago
Just to make it a bit more readable

echo "REQUEST:\n" . htmlentities(str_ireplace('><', ">\n<", $client->__getLastRequest())) . "\n";
echo "Response:\n" . htmlentities(str_ireplace('><', ">\n<", $client->__getLastResponse())) . "\n";

PS: If you are using \n then you need to enclose above statements in <pre>. You can also use <br />, but it gets a bit messy.
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Omar Nabil
12 years ago
the getLastResult function doesn't require that the server answers.
as my browser handled and hided the xml code I thought the function doesn't return the last request
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