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SoapFault::__construct

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SoapFault::__constructSoapFault constructor

Description

public SoapFault::__construct(
    array|string|null $code,
    string $string,
    ?string $actor = null,
    mixed $details = null,
    ?string $name = null,
    mixed $headerFault = null
)

This class is used to send SOAP fault responses from the PHP handler. faultcode, faultstring, faultactor and detail are standard elements of a SOAP Fault.

Parameters

faultcode

The error code of the SoapFault.

faultstring

The error message of the SoapFault.

faultactor

A string identifying the actor that caused the error.

detail

More details about the cause of the error.

faultname

Can be used to select the proper fault encoding from WSDL.

headerfault

Can be used during SOAP header handling to report an error in the response header.

Examples

Example #1 Some examples

<?php
function test($x)
{
    return new 
SoapFault("Server""Some error message");
}

$server = new SoapServer(null, array('uri' => "http://test-uri/"));
$server->addFunction("test");
$server->handle();
?>

It is possible to use PHP exception mechanism to throw SOAP Fault.

Example #2 Some examples

<?php
function test($x)
{
    throw new 
SoapFault("Server""Some error message");
}

$server = new SoapServer(null, array('uri' => "http://test-uri/"));
$server->addFunction("test");
$server->handle();
?>

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csnaitsirch at web dot de
11 years ago
The first Parameter of the constructor, the faultcode, of SoapFault must be a string. Otherwise it will lead to an error.

<?php
throw new SoapFault(1, "Error message!"); // wrong
throw new SoapFault("1", "Error message!"); // right
?>
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