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SoapClient::__getLastResponse

(PHP 5, PHP 7, PHP 8)

SoapClient::__getLastResponseGibt die letzte SOAP-Antwort zurück

Beschreibung

public SoapClient::__getLastResponse(): ?string

Gibt das XML zurück, das mit der letzten SOAP-Antwort empfangen wurde.

Hinweis:

Diese Methode funktioniert nur, wenn das SoapClient-Objekt mit der auf true gesetzten trace-Option erstellt wurde.

Parameter-Liste

Diese Funktion besitzt keine Parameter.

Rückgabewerte

Die letzte SOAP-Antwort als XML-Zeichenkette.

Beispiele

Beispiel #1 SoapClient::__getLastResponse()-Beispiel

<?php
$client
= SoapClient("ein.wsdl", array('trace' => 1));
$result = $client->EineFunktion();
echo
"Antwort:\n" . $client->__getLastResponse() . "\n";
?>

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ceo at l-i-e dot com
18 years ago
D'oh!
That example needs:
$soapClient = new SoapClient($url, array('trace'=>1));
to turn ON tracing in the first place.
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ceo at l-i-e dot com
18 years ago
You almost for sure will need to wrap a try/catch block around your SOAP call in order to use these to debug something that's not working.

Otherwise, PHP throws a fatal error before you can execute this function.

For example:
<?php
$soapClient
= new SoapClient($url);
echo
htmlentities($soapClient->__getFunctions());
//Assume that has output 'someFunction' (among others)
try {
$results = $soapClient->someFunction(...);
}
catch (
SoapFault $soapFault) {
var_dump($soapFault);
echo
"Request :<br>", htmlentities($soapClient->__getLastRequest()), "<br>";
echo
"Response :<br>", htmlentities($soapClient->__getLastResponse()), "<br>";
}
?>

Without try/catch, your just get the Fatal Error and PHP commits suicide before you can call __getLastRequest/__getLastResponse
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mayurvirkar at gmail dot com
10 years ago
Just to make it a bit more readable

echo "REQUEST:\n" . htmlentities(str_ireplace('><', ">\n<", $client->__getLastRequest())) . "\n";
echo "RESPONSE:\n" . htmlentities(str_ireplace('><', ">\n<", $client->__getLastResponse())) . "\n";

PS: If you are using \n then you need to enclose above statements in <pre>. You can also use <br />, but it gets a bit messy.
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bshafs at gmail dot com
12 years ago
You don't need to surround SoapClient in a try-catch block. Just set the "exceptions" option to false, and the SoapFault instance will be returned instead of thrown.
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