2010/3/10 Andrew Ballard <aball...@gmail.com>: > On Wed, Mar 10, 2010 at 9:54 AM, Bruno Fajardo <bsfaja...@gmail.com> wrote: > [snip] >> 2010/3/10 Auke van Slooten <a...@muze.nl>: >>> 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; >> $client->system->multiCall( >> $client->methodOne(), >> $client->methodTwo() >> ); >> >> I'm not testing these snippets of code, so sorry if I'm getting something >> wrong. >> >> Cheers, >> Bruno. >> > [snip] > > I'm not sure you would want to assign null to $client->system. After > all, __set() might not be defined.
Yes, you're right, Andrew. Setting the property to null is not the best choice in this case. > > I agree with Rob here. If order is really crucial, then call the > statements in the correct order: > > <?php > > /** > * causes $client to call __get() in order to resolve > * 'system' > */ > $system = $client->system; > This was my point too, to create the object before the call to multiCall(), I just messed my example with the null assignment... :-) The code you suggested must solve the OP issue. Cheers, Bruno. > > /** > * You should add some handling here to make sure that > * $system is really an object that implements your > * multiCall() method, and not something else (like null). > */ > > > $system->multiCall( > $client->methodOne(), > $client->methodTwo() > ); > > ?> > > > > Andrew > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php