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Re: Soap client, different element type



I've been dealing with complex data structures between PHP and .NET a lot lately and have had good luck with the PHP extension but that was after much research and learning.

Looks like you'll want to use the soapval call along the lines of:

new soapval('somename','dateTime',$date, false,'http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema')

soapval(name of the object, data type of the object, value of the object, namespace of the value, namespace of the data type)

I'm most familiar with the PHP SOAP extension which the above is very similar. This was from the site:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms980207.aspx
which I used in my learning process, but went with the PHP SOAP extension in the end.
-Justin

On Mar 4, 2009, at 8:26 AM, Fernando wrote:

Hello,

I have been searching this everywhere and can´t find anything.
Unfortunately i can´t use ext/soap because the server that i´m using
won´t allow recompiling php to add it.

So if anyone know how can i pass xsd:dateTime on nusoap, i would
appreciate some help

Thanks,

Fernando.

2009/3/4 Will Fitch <will@phpfever.com>:
I’m not sure the nuSoap way, nor do I know what the WSDL you’re using
specifies. With ext/soap, you can pass a structure (class) or array with
the element name and type.

Maybe some nuSoap gurus can lend a hand?


On 3/4/09 9:59 AM, "Fernando" <stormrider.may@gmail.com> wrote:

Hello Will,

Thanks for the reply.

I´m trying to pass this parameter using datetime function. Example:

<?php
$date = new DateTime();
$date->format(DATE_RFC3339);

$params = array( 'myDate' => $date );
?>

But when i take a look at what nusoap is sending, it is something like this:

<myDate xsi:type="xsd:string">2009-03-04T12:57:25-03:00</myDate>

How can i force the type to be set as dateTime?

Thanks,

Fernando.

2009/3/4 Will Fitch <will@phpfever.com>:
This is an XML data type.  Please see
http://books.xmlschemata.org/relaxng/ch19-77049.html for more details.



On 3/4/09 9:48 AM, "Fernando Morgenstern" <stormrider.may@gmail.com>
wrote:

Hello,

I´m accessing a SOAP server using nusoap. There are some params that i
need to pass as dateTime.

Do you know how can i send this kind of parameter? I can send string,
float and int, but don´t know how to send dateTime.

Thanks for any help about this!
--
Fernando

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