xmlrpc_decode

(PHP 4 >= 4.1.0, PHP 5)

xmlrpc_decodeDecodifica XML para tipos nativos do PHP

Descrição

mixed xmlrpc_decode ( string $xml [, string $encoding ] )
Aviso

Esta função é EXPERIMENTAL. O comportamento desta função, seu nome, incluindo toda documentação pode ser modificado sem aviso em futuras versões do PHP. Esta função deve ser usada por sua própria conta e risco.

Parâmetros

xml

Resposta XML retornada por método XMLRPC.

encoding

Codificação da entrada suportada por iconv (padrão é "iso-8859-1").

Valor Retornado

Retorna ou um array, ou um inteiro, ou uma string, ou um booleano de acordo com a resposta retornada via XMLRPC.

Exemplos

Veja exemplos em xmlrpc_encode_request().

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hfuecks at pinkgoblin dot com
12 years ago
Use this with an XML-RPC client to decode a server response into native PHP variables. It will automatically translate the response XML-RPC data types into their PHP equivalents.

This function will return only false is there is any problem with format of the XML it receives.

The HTTP response header will need to be stripped off with something like;

<?php
$xml
=(substr($response, strpos($response, "\r\n\r\n")+4));

$phpvars = xmlrpc_decode ($xml);
?>
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carmageddon at gmail dot com
1 year ago
Apparently there is a slight problem with xmlrpc_decode (or php) which re-formats this input: <value><double>0.000000</double></value>

As the double number 0.

To get around it, use: number_format($val, 2);
Output would be 0.00
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phil dot berry at elise-international dot net
3 years ago
Make sure the server isn't returning a string with a space for the first character, this fails in version 5.3.3 and the function returns null (though seems to be ok in 5.2). 

Easily sorted by  trimming the response data:

<?php xmlrpc_decode( trim($response) ); ?>
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ryon dot sherman at gmail dot com
5 years ago
64 bit (i8) integers are not parsed by xmlrpc_decode().
Use a string replacement to work around this:

<?php

$xml
= str_replace('i8>', 'i4>', $xml);

$decoded_xml = xmlrpc_decode($xml);

?>
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david dot bachelart at polytechnique dot org
10 years ago
Be careful with encodings, the xmlrpc-decode function is rather strict. For example, the following response parse returns NULL :

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<methodResponse>
   <params>
      <param>
         <value><string>a & b</string></value>
         </param>
      </params>
   </methodResponse>

You should use entities :
<?xml version="1.0"?>
<methodResponse>
   <params>
      <param>
         <value><string>a &amp; b</string></value>
         </param>
      </params>
   </methodResponse>

If your server does not encode responses properly, you may have to process responses before parse.
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