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SoapClient->__soapCall()

Calls a SOAP function ()

SoapClient {
  mixed __soapCall(string function_name,
                   array arguments,
                   array options,
                   mixed input_headers,
                   array output_headers);

}

This is a low level API function that is used to make a SOAP call. Usually, in WSDL mode, you can simply call SOAP functions as SoapClient methods. This method useful in non-WSDL mode when soapaction is unknown, uri differs from the default or when sending and/or receiving SOAP Headers.

On error, a call to a SOAP function can cause PHP to throw exceptions or return a SoapFault object if exceptions are disabled. To check if the function call failed to catch the SoapFault exceptions, check the result with is_soap_fault().

Return Values

SOAP functions may return one, or multiple values. If only one value is returned by the SOAP function, the return value of __soapCall will be a simple value (e.g. an integer, a string, etc). If multiple values are returned, __soapCall will return an associative array of named output parameters.

Examples

Example 2277. SoapClient->__soapCall() Examples

<?php

$client
= new SoapClient("some.wsdl");
$client->SomeFunction($a, $b, $c);

$client->__soapCall("SomeFunction", array($a, $b, $c));
$client->__soapCall("SomeFunction", array($a, $b, $c), NULL,
                   new
SoapHeader(), $output_headers);


$client = new SoapClient(null, array('location' => "http://localhost/soap.php",
                                   
'uri'      => "http://test-uri/"));
$client->SomeFunction($a, $b, $c);
$client->__soapCall("SomeFunction", array($a, $b, $c));
$client->__soapCall("SomeFunction", array($a, $b, $c),
                   array(
'soapaction' => 'some_action',
                         
'uri'        => 'some_uri'));
?>