Thanks for the help and sorry to be so long in replying!

I've tried calling 'system.methodSignature' with the correct (second, below) form of my method declaration in place, and I get the following back:

<br />
<b>Notice</b>: Array to string conversion in <b>/home/jeffgt/public_html/</b> on line <b>507</b><br />
<br />
<b>Notice</b>: Array to string conversion in <b>/home/jeffgt/public_html/</b> on line <b>511</b><br />

This of course breaks the response. The same happens if I add my method using add_to_map().

I appreciate I could suppress the error (via reporting levels) to make it work, but I'd rather fix the problem at source. Anyone seen this before, please? I don't see that I have any more arrays than I need!



On 31 Jan 2006, at 9:17am, Gaetano Giunta wrote:

The first example is wrong, by virtue of php syntax: you are declaring twice the value of the 'signature' member of the array. The second declaration wins, and the only valid signature you get is $mysig2array.

The second declaration looks ok to me.
Are you sure that you are not mixing up the $mysig1array and $mysig2array arrays or omitting the return type as first value of $mysig1array and $mysig2array?

Your best bet is to call a system.listmethods on your server, and see what it declares to expose.

If you upgrade to version 2.0 of the lib, you will get for free a debugger (same interface as you get on ) that will do the job for you, and show results of the system.listmethods call in a nicely formatted table - very useful for introspection!



I'm trying to create a method with multiple signatures and having
problems. I've tried both the following formats (for illustration, I
actually have four variants):

$xrs = new xmlrpc_server(array(
'examples.myFunc' => array(
'function' => 'foo',
'signature' => $mysig1array,
'signature' => $mysig2array

$xrs = new xmlrpc_server(array(
'examples.myFunc' => array(
'function' => 'foo',
'signature' => array($mysig1array, $mysig2array)

I can confirm the signature arrays themselves are OK by using them
one at a time. When I combine them in the first form I get an error
similar to:

Incorrect parameters passed to method: Wanted array, got string at
param 2

... as it seems to get the various signatures confused. The second
form yields:

Incorrect parameters passed to method: No method signature matches
number of parameters

I'm using PHPXMLRPC 1.2.1 with PHP 5.1.1.

Thanks in anticipation of any helpful suggestions.

phpxmlrpc mailing list

Reply via email to