Library for using the Twinfield Soap Service.

0.1.5 2017-01-06 14:12 UTC

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A PHP library for Twinfield Integration. Developed by Remco Tolsma and Leon Rowland from Pronamic. Use the Twinfield SOAP Service to have your PHP application communicate directly with your Twinfield account.


The classes follow the PSR2 naming convention.


General Usage Information

Components will have Factories to simplify the request and send process of Twinfield. Each factory will require just the \Pronamic\Twinfield\Secure\Config() class with the filled in details.

An example of the usage of the Configuration class.

$config = new \Pronamic\Twinfield\Secure\Config();
$config->setCredentials('Username', 'Password', 'Organization', 'Office');
  • or, when using OAuth:
$config = new \Pronamic\Twinfield\Secure\Config();
$config->setOAuthParameters('clientID', 'clientSecret', 'returnURL', 'Organization', 'Office', true);
//the true parameter at the end tells the system to automatically redirect to twinfield to login

Now, to the current modules

In the following example, we will use the Customer component as showcase. Although this will be the method for all components ( including Invoice currently )

Typically it is as follows, if using the Factories

  • Add/Edit: Make Object, Make Factory, Give object in Submit method of related factory.
  • Retrieve: Make Factory, Supply all required params to respective listAll() and get() methods


Make your Customer object

$customer = new \Pronamic\Twinfield\Customer\Customer();
	->setName('Leon Rowland')

Customers can have addresses associated with them

$customerAddress = new \Pronamic\Twinfield\Customer\CustomerAddress();
	->setField1('Testing field 1')
	->setField2('Testing field 2')
	->setField3('Testing field 3')
	->setPostcode('1212 AB')

Assign that address to the customer


Now lets submit it!

use \Pronamic\Twinfield\Customer as TwinfieldCustomer;

// Config object prepared and passed to the CustomerFactory
$customerFactory = new TwinfieldCustomer\CustomerFactory($config);

//$customer = new TwinfieldCustomer\Customer();

// Attempt to send the Customer document
	// Use the Mapper to turn the response back into a TwinfieldCustomer\Customer
	$successfulCustomer = TwinfieldCustomer\Mapper\CustomerMapper::map($customerFactory->getResponse());


You can get all customers or get a single one currently.

use \Pronamic\Twinfield\Customer as TwinfieldCustomer;

// Config object prepared and passed into the CustomerFactory
$customerFactory = new TwinfieldCustomer\CustomerFactory($config);

$customers = $customerFactory->listAll();

At the moment, listAll will return an array of just name and short name.

$customer = $customerFactory->get('customerCode', 'office[optional]');

The response from get() will be a \Pronamic\Twinfield\Customer\Customer object.


Advanced documentation coming soon. Detailing usage without the Factory class. Giving you more control with the response and data as well as more in-depth examples and usage recommendations.


You can contribute to the development of this project. Try and keep to the way of doing things as the other 2 components have implemented.

A large requirement is to maintain backwards compatibility so if you have any plans for large restructure or alteration please bring up in an issue first.

Component get() listAll() send() Mapper Namespace
Customer Pronamic/Twinfield/Customer
Project Pronamic/Twinfield/Project
Sales Invoices Pronamic/Twinfield/Invoice
Transactions: Purchase
browse code 020
Transactions: Sale Pronamic/Twinfield/Transaction
Articles Pronamic/Twinfield/Article
Balance Sheets Pronamic/Twinfield/BalanceSheet
Suppliers Pronamic/Twinfield/Supplier
Dimension Groups Pronamic/Twinfield/Dimension/Group
Dimension Types Pronamic/Twinfield/DimensionType
Offices Pronamic/Twinfield/Office
Vat types Pronamic/Twinfield/VatCode


  • npm install
  • composer install




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