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Class: SOAPStruct

Source Location: /SOAP-0.13.0/example/example_types.php

Class Overview


This is a data type that is used in SOAP Interop testing, but is here as an example of using complex types. When the class is deserialized from a SOAP message, it's constructor IS NOT CALLED! So your type classes need to behave in a way that will work with that.


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Class Details

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This is a data type that is used in SOAP Interop testing, but is here as an example of using complex types. When the class is deserialized from a SOAP message, it's constructor IS NOT CALLED! So your type classes need to behave in a way that will work with that.

Some types may need more explicit serialization for SOAP. The __to_soap function allows you to be very explicit in building the SOAP_Value structures. The soap library does not call this directly, you would call it from your soap server class, echoStruct in the server class is an example of doing this.



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Class Variables

$varFloat =

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Type:   mixed


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$varInt =

[line 21]


Type:   mixed


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$varString =

[line 20]


Type:   mixed


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Method Detail

SOAPStruct (Constructor)   [line 24]

SOAPStruct SOAPStruct( [ $s = null], [ $i = null], [ $f = null])


Parameters:

   $s     
   $i     
   $f     

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__to_soap   [line 31]

void &__to_soap( [ $name = 'inputStruct'], [ $header = false], [ $mustUnderstand = 0], [ $actor = 'http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/actor/next'])


Parameters:

   $name     
   $header     
   $mustUnderstand     
   $actor     

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