PHP 5.6.0beta1 released

HttpRequest::send

(PECL pecl_http >= 0.10.0)

HttpRequest::sendSend request

Descrizione

public HttpMessage HttpRequest::send ( void )

Send the HTTP request.

Nota:

While an exception may be thrown, the transfer could have succeeded at least partially, so you might want to check the return values of various HttpRequest::getResponse*() methods.

Valori restituiti

Returns the received response as HttpMessage object.

Errori/Eccezioni

Throws HttpRuntimeException, HttpRequestException, HttpMalformedHeaderException, HttpEncodingException.

Esempi

Example #1 GET example

<?php
$r 
= new HttpRequest('http://example.com/feed.rss'HttpRequest::METH_GET);
$r->setOptions(array('lastmodified' => filemtime('local.rss')));
$r->addQueryData(array('category' => 3));
try {
    
$r->send();
    if (
$r->getResponseCode() == 200) {
        
file_put_contents('local.rss'$r->getResponseBody());
    }
} catch (
HttpException $ex) {
    echo 
$ex;
}
?>

Example #2 POST example

<?php
$r 
= new HttpRequest('http://example.com/form.php'HttpRequest::METH_POST);
$r->setOptions(array('cookies' => array('lang' => 'de')));
$r->addPostFields(array('user' => 'mike''pass' => 's3c|r3t'));
$r->addPostFile('image''profile.jpg''image/jpeg');
try {
    echo 
$r->send()->getBody();
} catch (
HttpException $ex) {
    echo 
$ex;
}
?>

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User Contributed Notes 4 notes

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cybd at bigmir dot net
8 months ago
There is a typo in Lymber's comment.
Instead of
$httpRequest_OBJ->setContentType = 'Content-Type: text/xml';
use
$httpRequest_OBJ->setContentType('text/xml');
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mjs at beebo dot org
5 years ago
Note that send() does not process redirects, and there doesn't appear to any way to get this to happen automatically.  If you need to follow redirects, use something like the following code:

<?php
$request
= new HttpRequest($url, HTTP_METH_GET);
do {
   
$response = $request->send();
    if (
$response->getResponseCode() != 301 && $response->getResponseCode() != 302) break;
   
$request->setUrl($response->getHeader("Location"));
} while (
1);
?>
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elio dot cuevas at ge dot com
3 years ago
The HttpRequest class does support redirects, but it's disabled by default. To enable redirect do something like this:
<?php
// Set number of redirects to a reasonable number.
$r->setOptions(array('redirect' => 10));
?>
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Lymber
4 years ago
Example how to use HttpRequest to post data and receive the response:
<?php
//set up variables
$theData = '<?xml version="1.0"?>
<note>
    <to>php.net</to>
    <from>lymber</from>
    <heading>php http request</heading>
    <body>i love php!</body>
</note>'
;
$url = 'http://www.example.com';
$credentials = 'user@example.com:password';
$header_array = array('Expect' => '',
               
'From' => 'User A');
$ssl_array = array('version' => SSL_VERSION_SSLv3);
$options = array(headers => $header_array,
               
httpauth => $credentials,
               
httpauthtype => HTTP_AUTH_BASIC,
               
protocol => HTTP_VERSION_1_1,
               
ssl => $ssl_array);
               
//create the httprequest object               
$httpRequest_OBJ = new httpRequest($url, HTTP_METH_POST, $options);
//add the content type
$httpRequest_OBJ->setContentType = 'Content-Type: text/xml';
//add the raw post data
$httpRequest_OBJ->setRawPostData ($theData);
//send the http request
$result = $httpRequest_OBJ->send();
//print out the result
echo "<pre>"; print_r($result); echo "</pre>";
?>
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