A wrapper for Fulfillment's OMS API

0.1.2 2021-03-09 16:32 UTC

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Last update: 2021-10-09 17:40:00 UTC


A PHP library that wraps Fulfillment's OMS API for easy use


use Fulfillment\OMS;
use Fulfillment\OMS\Models\Request;

$apiWrapper = new OmsClient(__DIR__); //instantiate OMS with a configuration file or array of settings

$newOrder = new Order($orderData); //create a new Request\Order

 * 1. Validate the order
 * 2. Make a POST request to /orders
 * 3. Parse the returned api response into a new Response\Order object
$createdOrder = $apiWrapper->orders->createOrder($newOrder);


composer require fulfillment/oms-api


Configuration needed is simple:

  • USERNAME - Email address for your account
  • PASSWORD - Password for your account
  • CLIENT_ID - Client Id for your merchant
  • CLIENT_SECRET - Client secret for your merchant
  • ACCESS_TOKEN - If already created, an access token for your merchant
  • API_ENDPOINT - The end point for the fulfillment api services you are using (https://api.fulfillment.com)

Optional Configurations:

  • JSON_ONLY - Defaults to false. If set to true all responses will be returned as pure JSON as it is from the server.

There are two ways to configure OMS API

Use dotenv

Use a .env file compatible with fantastic phpdotenv library. Simply specify the absolute path to the folder containing your .env file as an argument in the OMS constructor.

$apiWrapper = new OmsClient('absolute/path/to/a/folder')

An example file called .env.example can be found in the root directory.

Use an array

Alternatively, create an array with key/values matching the above specified configuration and pass it as an argument in the OMS constructor.

$apiWrapper = new OmsClient($yourConfigurationArray)


Working With Models

Models (plain PHP classes) are used by the wrapper to facilitate easy building, validation, and parsing of api data. There are two types of models:

Request Models

Found at Fulfillment\OMS\Models\Request these are the models that are used when making any request that requires data (such as a POST or PUT request). Currenty you will need to use the implemented models to make these type of requests. They differ slightly from the other type (Response model) because they do not require as much data as is returned from the api.


$newOrder = new Order($myOrderData);
$order = $apiWrapper->orders->createOrder($newOrder);

Response Models

Found at Fulfillment\OMS\Models\Response these are the models that response json is parsed in to. They inherit from Request models and so can be reused to make requests.


$returnedOrder = $apiWrapper->orders->getOrder($orderId);

Model Validation

By default all models are validated before a request is sent (in the case of a POST or PUT request). A descriptive error will be thrown if a model has any validation failures. Eventually this will be a configurable option.


There's still lots to do, check the issues section to see what is being worked on or make a request.