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XMLWriter::writeCData

xmlwriter_write_cdata

(PHP 5 >= 5.1.2, PECL xmlwriter >= 0.1.0)

XMLWriter::writeCData -- xmlwriter_write_cdataWrite full CDATA tag

Descrição

Estilo orientado à objeto

bool XMLWriter::writeCData ( string $content )

Estilo procedural

bool xmlwriter_write_cdata ( resource $xmlwriter , string $content )

Writes a full CDATA.

Parâmetros

xmlwriter

Apenas para chamadas de procedimentos. O recurso XMLWriter resource que esta sendo modificado. Este recurso vem de uma chamada a xmlwriter_open_uri() ou xmlwriter_open_memory().

content

The contents of the CDATA.

Valor Retornado

Retorna TRUE em caso de sucesso ou FALSE em caso de falha.

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t dot w dot natt at UNIVERSITY dot bath dot ac dot uk
5 years ago
Seen a couple of bug reports and gotchas with this one but not a simple code example. Just in case someone finds it useful:

<?php

// serve xml doc as xml
header('Content-type: application/xml');

// set up the document
$xml = new XmlWriter();
$xml->openMemory();
$xml->startDocument('1.0', 'UTF-8');
$xml->startElement('mydoc');
$xml->startElement('myele');

// CData output
$xml->startElement('mycdataelement');
$xml->writeCData("text for inclusion within CData tags");
$xml->endElement();

// end the document and output
$xml->endElement();
$xml->endElement();
echo
$xml->outputMemory(true);
?>

Outputs:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<mydoc>
    <myele>
        <mycdataelement><![CDATA[text for inclusion within CData tags]]>
        </mycdataelement>
    </myele>
</mydoc>
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thesoupdragon at hotmail dot com
7 years ago
A rather strange effect with this.

UTF8 Mysql database

                            $xml->startElement('tablecolor2');
    $xml->writeCData( $tablecolor2 );
    $xml->endElement();

does not work !

but
                            $xml->startElement('tablecolor2');
    $tablecolor2 = utf8_decode ( $val['pcolor2']);
    $xml->writeCData( utf8_encode ($tablecolor2) );
    $xml->endElement();

cannot explain this - but it may help someone
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dave at dtracorp dot com
7 years ago
i don't know if this is a bug with the underlying c code or not, or this is by design (i'm not a big xml guy), but for me, running on fedora core 5, php 5.2.1
to get this to work, the cdata functions need to wrap the description (or whatever element the cdata should appear in)
for example.
// initiate xmlwriter object as $xw
// add header, titles, etc.

// start cdata
$xw->startCData();
// start description
$xw->startElement('description');
// write cdata
$xw->writeCData('<img src="http://php.net/images/php.gif" />');
// write the description contents
$xw->text('php logo');
// end the description element
$xw->endElement();
// end the cdata
$xw->endCData();

// end xml, and output

otherwise, i just got warnings about writing cdata in the wrong context, and no cdata would be written
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