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xmlrpc_server_register_method

(PHP 4 >= 4.1.0, PHP 5)

xmlrpc_server_register_methodRegistra una función PHP para que el recurso del método coincida con method_name

Descripción

bool xmlrpc_server_register_method ( resource $server , string $method_name , string $function )
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Esta función ha sido declarada EXPERIMENTAL. Su comportamiento, su nombre y la documentación que le acompaña puede cambiar sin previo aviso en futuras versiones de PHP. Use esta función bajo su propio riesgo.

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Esta función no está documentada actualmente, solamente se encuentra disponible la lista de parámetros.

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Anonymous
11 years ago
Here is an example how to register a class methode:

xml_rpc_server_register_methode($xmlrpc_server, "foo", array(&$bar, "foo_func"));

where $bar is the instance of your class and foo_func a methode of this class. Don't forget the '&'!

hope this may be useful...

Chrigu
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nyvsld at gmail dot com
8 years ago
prototype of registered function:

function method_impl(string $method_name, array $params, array $user_data);

$method_name
    the public method name, known by calling client
$params
    parameters specified by calling client
$user_data
    any local data, passed by `xmlrpc_server_call_method'
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giunta dot gaetano at sea-aeroportimilano dot it
8 years ago
To have an xmlrpc fault response programatically generated by the server, the php function registered as method handler must return an array containing a FaultCode and a FaultString members.

function $myfunc($methodname, $vals, $extra_data)
{
...
return array('faultCode' => 666, 'faultString' => 'DOH!');
}
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dante at lorenso dot com
9 years ago
To register a callback to a 'static' function within the same class, consider a syntax like the following:
<code>
$callback = array (__CLASS__, "my_function_name");
xmlrpc_server_register_method($xmlrpc_server, "my_function", $callback);
</code>
Doing it this way makes it easier to rename your class later.
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eiriks at hollowmatrix dot com
9 years ago
Remember that you can't do like Chrigu and Nate said if you want to add methods from a static class (Hence you can't create any instances of it).
A workaround is to create lambda functions calling the
methods:

// Our static handler class
static class MyHandler
{
    public function getPrice($item)
    {
        $prices = array("apple" => 4, "orange" => 5);
        return $prices[$item];
    }
    public function buy($item, $number)
    {
        $price = self::getPrice($item) * $number;
        do_thing_to_sell_the_item();
        return $price;
    }
}

// Use reflection to get method names and parameters
$mirror = new ReflectionClass("MyHandler");
foreach ($mirror->getMethods() as $method)
{
    // Create new "lambda" function for each method
   
    // Generate argument list
    $args = array();
    foreach ($method->getParameters() as $param)
    {
        $args[] = '$'.$param->getName();
    }
    $args = implode(',', $args);
   
    // Generate code
    $methodname = $method->getName();
    $code = "return {$real_class}::{$methodname}({$args});";
   
    // Create function, retrieve function name
    $function_name = create_function($args, $code);

    // Register the function
    xmlrpc_server_register_method($myserver, $methodname, $function_name);
}
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Nate Parsons
11 years ago
In case its not completely obvious what Chrigu meant,

You can register a method inside your class by doing the following:

xml_rpc_server_register_methode($xmlrpc_server, "myClientCall", array(&$this, "handleClientCallFunc"));

where $this == the magic class $this. =)
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