On Fri, Mar 05, 2010 at 11:57:05AM -0500, Brian Topping wrote:
> Thanks Emil.  That makes some sense, but as I think about it, I'm not  
> sure I understand how to wire these together.  Blaze is obviously  
> Java, and the point of any of these RPC abstractions is to instantiate  
> a remote service bean and call methods.  PHP can instantiate Java  
> easily enough, but I do not see a supported way for Java to  
> instantiate a PHP service object.  So there's no way for Blaze to  
> instantiate a "PHP object" (i.e. a PHP object compiled into Java), or  
> even a proxy for the PHP object that contains the glue.  Without that,  
> I can't imagine (in hindsight) how using Blaze will ever work as a  
> front end for PHP code.
> 
> I'm far from being a master of PHP, but I'm wondering if there might  
> be a misfeature in the PHP standard library implementation for  
> Quercus.  This is super simple to test... unpack 
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/amfphp/files/amfphp/amfphp%201.9.zip 
>   and drop it into your webapp root.  No configuration is necessary.   
> Then load http://localhost:8080/amfphp/browser/index.html and you'll  
> see the issue.
> 
> Am I missing anything obvious?

I don't think so. I'll file this as a bug - there might be an easy fix.

http://bugs.caucho.com/view.php?id=3926

Invoking the PHP from Java can be tricky for cases like these.  Some
care needs to be taken to do it correctly.

Thanks,
Emil

> Cheers, Brian
> 
> On Mar 4, 2010, at 7:43 PM, Emil Ong wrote:
> 
> > Hi Brian,
> >
> > I think your best bet is to use BlazeDS. As far as I know, nobody has
> > used AMFPHP with Quercus, but using BlazeDS would be simple (just use
> > new Java("some.blazeds.Clazz", "first arg", "etc") to create objects).
> >
> > You could also try using Hessian Flash, but then you'd need your  
> > objects
> > to be Java objects that you access from PHP.
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Emil
> >
> > On Thu, Mar 04, 2010 at 07:30:36PM -0500, Brian Topping wrote:
> >> Greetings,
> >>
> >> I'm just getting started with Quercus and am in a situation where an
> >> existing application is using AMFPHP.  Looking at the client packets
> >> that AMFPHP is storing in the logs, they appear to be well-formed.
> >> When I look at them on the wire with Wireshark, they have Java class
> >> names in them.
> >>
> >> It makes perfect sense that the objects in Quercus are Java objects,
> >> but the serialization of same seems to be different than what AMFPHP
> >> wants to serialize them as, causing the issue. If I am understanding
> >> the issue correctly, is there a way to have the objects serialize as
> >> if they were native PHP objects?
> >>
> >> Failing that, I would like to modify AMFPHP so that it uses BlazeDS  
> >> to
> >> send the object over the wire.  Has anyone attempted this?  If it's
> >> just dead simple, that's a perfectly appropriate answer too.  I was
> >> just hoping to not dig all the way into this to find there are known
> >> issues in this realm.
> >>
> >> Any information kindly appreciated,
> >>
> >> Brian
> >>
> >>
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