2010/3/10 Auke van Slooten <a...@muze.nl>:
> Bruno Fajardo wrote:
>> 2010/3/10 Auke van Slooten <a...@muze.nl>
>>> Hi,
>>> In a hobby project I'm relying on the order in which the following piece
>>> of PHP code is executed:
>>> $client->system->multiCall(
>>>  $client->methodOne(),
>>>  $client->methodTwo()
>>> );
>> Can't you call the methods $client->methodOne() and
>> $client->methodTwo() before the call to $client->system->multiCall()?
>> That way, you could store they values in local variables, and then
>> pass them to the $client->system->multiCall(), assuring that those
>> methods are executed before the multiCall(). Something like:
>> $methodOne = $client->methodOne();
>> $methodTwo = $client->methodTwo();
>> $client->system->multiCall($methodOne, $methodTwo);
> Hi,
> This is not what I meant. I should perhaps mention that it's an xml-rpc
> client and the method calls are remote method calls. The multiCall method
> gathers multiple method calls into a single request.
> The trick I'm using now is to set a private property in the $client->__get()
> method when the property you're accessing is 'system'. From then untill you
> call the method 'multiCall', instead of calling the methods (in this case
> methodOne and methodTwo) the client creates a new object with the call
> information (method name and arguments) and returns that. In multiCall all
> arguments are therefor call information objects and multicall creates a
> single request based on that information.

Hmm, you cleared that to me now... If you need to first create the
property "system" and then call a method in that object "system",
can't you do something like:

$client->system = null;

I'm not testing these snippets of code, so sorry if I'm getting something wrong.


> So in your example the client would simply call methodOne and methodTwo and
> return the results. Then it would try to do a multiCall with whatever the
> previous methods have returned.
> regards,
> Auke van Slooten
> Muze

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