Hi Simon,

Bang on.  Your mods did the trick.  My layout issues were resolved.

I'm wondering, the default SCA bootstrap process (which is based on
debug_backtrace), is that necessary, or somehow override-able?  Ideally,
I'd like to avoid to calls two SCA::initComponent().



> -----Original Message-----
> From: phpsoa@googlegroups.com [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
> Sent: May 7, 2007 6:15 AM
> To: phpsoa
> Subject: [phpsoa] Re: SCA Server Programming: Layout Issues
> Hi
> I just checked in a couple of changes to the new CURLEW branch. I've
> been looking at the association between file name and service name in
> the code and it's a bit intertwined at the moment. I'll start a new
> thread on what this really means but in the mean time I've made the
> following changes as an experimrnt to see if the interface works in
> your environment...
> SCA.php
> Added a new operation SCA::dispatch(classname). This allows the
> incomming request to be dispatched to SCA as opposed to calling the
> SCA service locally from the php script, for example,
> <?php
> include 'Lib/HelloWorld.php';
> SCA::dispatch('Lib_HelloWorld');
> ?>
> The idea is it can take account of PEAR naming standards. To achieve
> this in this experiment I have made changes to
> SCA_Helper.php
> guessClassName() now goes on to look for matches using PEAR coding
> standards
> getFileContainingClass() looks for included files based on PEAR coding
> standards. This is not a complete test at the moment
> So you should be able to dispatch to your class file that you are
> including from outside of the htdocs directory. I haven't tested with
> the Zend Framwork methods you are using though so I'd be interested to
> hear what happens
> The code in CURLEW is, currently, everything that Matthew has just
> released from head + these two changes.
> Regards
> Simon
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