Sorry, but I think you should really start by reading the manual (it is very complete and informative) and take a look at all the code examples that are part of the download.
As a php developer, the php error message you receive would tell me that the $data_to_be_saved variable is not what you expect it to be (namely an xmlrpcval object), so, in order to debug the code I would just add this line:
to find out what is going on.
To spare you the trouble of doing it, I can tell you that $resp->serialize() returns a string (the xml representation of the response), while $resp->value() returns the value received as xmlrpcval object.
From: kutty S.B. [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Friday, September 15, 2006 6:56 AM
To: Gaetano Giunta
Subject: RE: [phpxmlrpc] Read the XML FilehiThank u very much.$data_to_be_saved = $resp->serialize();It is show the full result.But I try to get some particular value like$struct = $data_to_be_saved->value();
$sumval = $struct->structmem('sum');
$sum = $sumval->scalarval();I got following errorFatal error: Call to a member function on a non-object in "$struct = $data_to_be_saved->value()";How i receive the particular value.Thanks in advance.
Gaetano Giunta <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:I am not really sure I undertand what you are asking...If what you need is to save the responses received from the server as xml, you have two options:1- use the serialize() method on the response object.$resp = $client->send($msg);if (!$resp->faultCode())$data_to_be_saved = $resp->serialize();etc...Note that this will not be 100% accurate, since the xml generated by the response object can be different from the xml received, especially if there is some character set conversion involved, or such (eg. if you receive an empty string tag as <string/>, serialize() will output <string></string>), or if the server sent back as response something invalid (in which case the xml generated client side using serialize() wil correspond to the error response generated internally by the lib)2 - set the client object to return the raw xml received instead of the decoded objects:$client = new xmlrpc_client($whatever);$client->return_type = 'xml'$resp = $client->send($msg);if (!$resp->faultCode())$data_to_be_saved = $resp->value();etc...Note that using this method the xml response response will not be parsed at all by the library, only the http commuincation will be checked. This means that xmlrpc responses sent by the server that would have generated an error response on the client (eg. malformed xml, responses that have faultcode/faultmsg set, etc...) now.Hope this helpsGaetano_______________________________________________-----Original Message-----
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]On Behalf Of kutty S.B.
Sent: Thursday, September 14, 2006 11:49 AM
Subject: [phpxmlrpc] Read the XML FileHi all,I connect to Server and got the response from server.how i write the result into the xml files.It is Possible??Thanks in advance
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