jeremylivingston/exfoliate

A lightweight PHP SOAP wrapper

v1.0.1 2016-04-12 02:58 UTC

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Last update: 2022-09-26 05:17:40 UTC


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Exfoliate is a lightweight PHP wrapper for the core SoapClient class.

This library exists to make interactions with SOAP-based web services less painful. Exfoliate wraps SOAP exceptions in logical event-based exception classes.

The Exfoliate SoapClient is capable being constructed without initializing a connection to the web service. This capability can improve performance and also improve the handling of connection exceptions.

Installation

The suggested installation method is via composer:

php composer.phar require jeremylivingston/exfoliate:dev-master

After installing the Exfoliate library, simply create a new instance of the client and call any web service methods you desire:

<?php

use Exfoliate\SoapClient;

$client = new SoapClient('my-service-url', array('trace' => true));
$response = $client->call('GetUser', array('user_id' => 1234));

Use the Exfoliate\SoapClient::setHeaders() method to set any SOAP headers when the client is initialized:

<?php

use Exfoliate\SoapClient;

$client = new SoapClient('my-service-url', array('trace' => true));

$client->setHeaders(
    new \SoapHeader('my-namespace', 'Auth', array('User' => 'me', 'Password' => 'pw'))
);

$response = $client->call('GetUser', array('user_id' => 1234));

You can retrieve the most recent request and response content via the Exfoliate\SoapClient::getLastRequest() and Exfoliate\SoapClient::getLastResponse() methods, respectively:

<?php

use Exfoliate\SoapClient;

$client = new SoapClient('my-service-url', array('trace' => true));
$response = $client->call('GetUser', array('user_id' => 1234));

$lastRequest = $client->getLastRequest();
$lastResponse = $client->getLastResponse();