[phpsoa] Re: Business Rules and DataObject

2007-03-10 Thread simonslaws
On 9 Mar, 11:17, Antonello [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Simon, Thank you for your replay. To help you to better understand the context i have to give you some additional information. First of all the wish is to be less intrusive as possible. The intention is to build a thin layer around

[phpsoa] Re: curl and required directories

2007-03-10 Thread simonslaws
Hi Rob On 9 Mar, 16:58, Rob [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I was playing around with the json bindings and ran into a couple of issues that imho should be changed. First is the reliance on the directory structure. Originally only the SCA directory was needed. When I tried to call a remote json

[phpsoa] Re: Randomly appearing strings when working with CDATA

2007-03-10 Thread simonslaws
On 9 Mar, 17:26, cdouglas [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, After the fix was put in to handle CDATA in XML docs, I started having garbage strings show up in the CData sections. Its always the same but randomly in the cdata. Is anyone else seeing this? I am just using a str_replace to

[phpsoa] Re: Testing for existing xml elements fails

2007-03-10 Thread simonslaws
On 9 Mar, 17:30, cdouglas [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I was able to work around this, and wanted to share in case anyone else has same issue. try { $customer_data =(is_null($CUSTOMER_CONFIG[$data])) ? false : $CUSTOMER_CONFIG[$data]; echo path exists but might be null;} catch (exception

[phpsoa] Re: Randomly appearing strings when working with CDATA

2007-03-12 Thread simonslaws
On 12 Mar, 15:43, cdouglas [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is there a way I can email it to you since I can't post it here? Hi Chris If the data is sensitive/confidential it's better not to send it out to me. I'll mail you directly and I'll get you to describe the general shape of the data.

[phpsoa] Re: Randomly appearing strings when working with CDATA

2007-03-12 Thread simonslaws
On 12 Mar, 17:35, cdouglas [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: An example XML doc structure pulled from the CDATA section of the parent xml doc is: applicationData parameterSet group name=group1 parameter name=param1Value/parameter /group group name=group2

[phpsoa] Re: Status of PHP/SDO/DAS/Relational

2007-03-19 Thread simonslaws
On 19 Mar, 00:01, tompaw [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: There's one more thing I forgot to ask about: multiple FKs. Currently that's the main reason why I can't use SDO instead of Qcodo's ORM in my projects. I found the thread Many to Many, but it's unable to reply in it (I guess it's too old

[phpsoa] Re: Writing a transaction service

2007-03-26 Thread simonslaws
On 19 Mar, 22:46, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 19 Mar, 16:22, jon [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Mar 19, 6:29 am, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Jon Sorry this is a rather tardy response. I've been out on a few days leave. You raise some very interesting points here. I have to admit

[phpsoa] Re: Qualified Elements

2007-04-10 Thread simonslaws
On 30 Mar, 19:41, Charlie Moad [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 3/30/07, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 29 Mar, 19:27, Charlie Moad [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 3/29/07, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 29 Mar, 17:30, Charlie Moad [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

[phpsoa] Re: Debugging SDO object management

2007-04-10 Thread simonslaws
On 5 Apr, 23:57, cem [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I recently added some code which will help to track the allocation and deallocation of SDO objects. To turn it on, recompile the SDO extension with a preprocessor variable SDO_DEBUG_OBJECTS defined. It will output logging information when an

[phpsoa] New Bindings

2007-04-10 Thread simonslaws
Just back from my Easter hols and I notice that a few new bindings have appeared in the BUZZARD branch. Can someone give me a quick update of what the status is? Regards Simon --~--~-~--~~~---~--~~ You received this message because you are subscribed to the

[phpsoa] Re: Problème with PHP SDO

2007-04-11 Thread simonslaws
On 11 Apr, 10:59, WFX [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hum, I tried my link, it's working (again ?) now ... Anyway, I uploaded all the XSD package here :http://depotnet.free.fr/DDEX_XSD_20061017.zip It seems that SDO doesn't like ComplexType or something like that. I don't know if it may be

[phpsoa] Re: hello

2007-04-13 Thread simonslaws
On 13 Apr, 14:39, Adler Medrado [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello all. My name is adler medrado, from Brasilia, Brazil and i am joining the group to share experiences related with PHP and SOA and to learn more about phpsoa too. Best regards, adler medradohttp://www.neshertech.net/adler

[phpsoa] Re: contents of next release

2007-04-23 Thread simonslaws
On 23 Apr, 11:25, Jack Zai [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Simon , I am new to SCA for PHP, I have installed the latest release (1.1.2) using PECL, but it looks somehow (directory structure) different from the Buzzard branch. So how can I get the new contents before the next release is ready?

[phpsoa] Re: View this page Contents of 1.1.3 Release

2007-04-23 Thread simonslaws
On 23 Apr, 11:40, Matthew Peters [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I turned Simon's proposed list of contents for the next release into a page here on this site so that anyone can hone it, track progress within it, etc. Click onhttp://groups.google.com/group/phpsoa/web/contents-of-1-1-3-release -

[phpsoa] Re: SCA and WSDL: what to do when SOAP-ENC is missing ?

2007-04-25 Thread simonslaws
On 25 Apr, 16:19, cem [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 25 Apr, 07:49, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 24 Apr, 22:22, cem [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: One of our long-running bugs ishttp://pecl.php.net/bugs/bug.php?id=8428, where a remote WSDL depends for its type definitions on an import like

[phpsoa] Examples index - was: contents of next release

2007-04-26 Thread simonslaws
I'm just looking at putting some tests up for JsonRpc and RestRpc and I notice that the index.html under examples/SCA is inaccurate now. Does anyone want to have a crack at fixing it and maybe adding in the complete list of examples (well the ones that will run is a browser)? Simon

[phpsoa] Running PHP Unit tests

2007-04-26 Thread simonslaws
In the run.bat file under /tests the command line is phpunit SCA_SDO_TestSuite TestSuite.php Should this be php path/to/phpunit SCA_SDO_TestSuite TestSuite.php Or am I doing something wrong/have the wrong version of something? Simon --~--~-~--~~~---~--~~ You

[phpsoa] XmlRPC test commented out in BUZZARD

2007-04-27 Thread simonslaws
Anyone any idea if we can get the XmlRpc test operable again? It fails with two errors at the moment. 1) testXsdType(SCA_XmlRpcTest) SDO_PropertyNotSetException: Cannot read property 'name' because it is not set C:\simon\Projects\Tuscany\php\branch-build\pecl\sdo\tests\SCA\phpunit \XmlRpc\Xml

[phpsoa] [BUZZARD] New tests and examples

2007-04-27 Thread simonslaws
I've checked some tests in for JsonRpc and RestRpc Although they run I am getting some warnings. I've taken the approach with the tests of trying to push tests messages through as much of the infrastructure as possible and parts of it are complaining about being run in a test environment. Anyhow

[phpsoa] Re: Google Groups are broken

2007-04-27 Thread simonslaws
On 27 Apr, 14:24, cem [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: .. in deference to the grammar police. It's seems that Google have made a few changes recently (I've seen changes to the interface) and they seem to have introduced instability. Simon --~--~-~--~~~---~--~~ You

[phpsoa] Re: Running PHP Unit tests

2007-04-27 Thread simonslaws
On 27 Apr, 14:20, cem [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Apr 26, 5:03 pm, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In the run.bat file under /tests the command line is phpunit SCA_SDO_TestSuite TestSuite.php Should this be php path/to/phpunit SCA_SDO_TestSuite TestSuite.php Or am I doing something

[phpsoa] Re: New tests and examples

2007-04-27 Thread simonslaws
On 27 Apr, 16:39, Matthew Peters [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I did get some misbehaviour when I run these tests, but I have fixed them both. (1) One stems from the lines like this on in RestRpcTest.php::setUp() as follows: $this-response = file_get_contents(SCA/phpunit/RestRpc/

[phpsoa] Re: Troubleshooting SDO_DAS_XML_ParserException errors

2007-04-27 Thread simonslaws
On 23 Apr, 16:11, cdouglas [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I don't think they are that complex, but they aren't exactly simple either. Is there a place I can post/email them for you to view and see if you get the same thing? They are really too large to do it in this post. I got to the bottom

[phpsoa] Re: nillable

2007-05-09 Thread simonslaws
Mike I don't know either. I took a look at the code and you are right that it seems to always apply nillable to the types that it finds. Maybe it's trying to capture some optionality of PHP parameters but I'm not sure. We need to get Matthew's view on it. Simon

[phpsoa] Re: Wrong parameter count for SDO_DAS_XML::create()??

2007-05-09 Thread simonslaws
OK, I did a pecl install SCA_SDO on my linux box and the sample worked. I spotted another problem but not related to this so I'll raise it on another thread. Regards Simon --~--~-~--~~~---~--~~ You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google

[phpsoa] JSON DAS not in 1.2.0 release?

2007-05-09 Thread simonslaws
I looks like the JSON DAS is not included in the 1.2.0 release. At least I can't see it. Is this on purpose or a slip? I'll carry on and test the rest of the examples as I know Matthew reported he was having some problems with web services examples on linux. Simon

[phpsoa] 4 phpt test failures

2007-05-11 Thread simonslaws
I am getting the following 4 phpt test failure when I run the tests on the code in CURLEW (I also see them in the 1.2.0 released code so It's not specific to CURLEW). SCA 004 SDO bug 10049 SDO bug 10842 SDO bug 8694 Can someone tell me if we are exepcting these to fail? Simon

[phpsoa] Re: .NET integration and SCA_SDO 1.1.2

2007-05-11 Thread simonslaws
Thanks for doing that Mike Simon --~--~-~--~~~---~--~~ You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups phpsoa group. To post to this group, send email to phpsoa@googlegroups.com To unsubscribe from this group, send email to [EMAIL

[phpsoa] Re: New eBay Soap binding in HEAD

2007-05-11 Thread simonslaws
Nice Graham. Don't have any feedback yet but a quick question. Did you mean to check it into HEAD rather than the branch? Simon --~--~-~--~~~---~--~~ You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups phpsoa group. To post to this group,

[phpsoa] Re: Release 1.2.1

2007-05-11 Thread simonslaws
Nice one Matthew. I tried it on Fedora Core 6 and Windows XP SP2. It gets a clean bill of health on linux and all is OK on Windows apart from the two phpt problems I have problems with but you don't. SCA php004.phpt. I'll just keep an eye on this one as the same code works in the unit tests SDO

[phpsoa] Re: Off Topic. Visual Studio WS Consuming

2007-05-14 Thread simonslaws
Hi Mike I had a go at this a while back so I repeated the simple experiment I carried out back then. I took the greeting.wsdl from examples/SCA/ helloworldscawsservice/wsdl. I fixed it to remove the xsi:type attributes ( :-( need to fix this) and then imported it into my VisualStudio

[phpsoa] View this page Contents Of Release From DUNLIN Branch

2007-05-14 Thread simonslaws
I've created this new pages to track how the DUNLIN branch is shaping up so can you record any changes that are destined for the next release here. Thanks Simon Click on http://groups.google.co.uk/group/phpsoa/web/content-of-release-from-dunlin-branch?hl=en - or copy paste it into your

[phpsoa] Re: Some problems with the new release

2007-05-14 Thread simonslaws
Ok, good spot Jack. I would add a note of the fix to the PECL bug you raise with SAM. Simon --~--~-~--~~~---~--~~ You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups phpsoa group. To post to this group, send email to

[phpsoa] Re: How much data should flow back from a business exception?

2007-05-18 Thread simonslaws
Graham I like both of these suggestions and think they both have a place in the runtime. We should have a separation between Business and System exceptions. We expect the calling component to care about Business exceptions as the problem is likely to be their fault. They should be phrased in

[phpsoa] Re: SDO_DAS_Relational + SCA soap binding?

2007-05-23 Thread simonslaws
Graham I was just thinking about this part of your issue... snip I wrote an XML schema to match the schema used by the relational DAS (i.e. using the urn:app_namespace, and all primitives were strings). This got me nearly all the way there, but then I hit the main snag which I hadn't

[phpsoa] PHP docs install instructions lead to wrong SCA_SDO version being installed

2007-05-23 Thread simonslaws
I just tried the install instructions we have in the PHP Docs for the SCA_SDO package. pecl install sdo This causes version 1.0.4 of the package to be installed. Can someone who knows how, fix this, so that it reads pecl install SCA_SDO or tell me how to fix the docs and I'll do it. Simon

[phpsoa] Re: Dependency on PEAR SDO ?????

2007-06-04 Thread simonslaws
On 4 Jun, 11:32, Graham Charters [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In the dependencies section for 1.2.1 we list PEAR Package: sdo, which links to something athttp://pear.php.net/package/sdo- which clearly doesn't exist. Do we need to do a new release to remove this, or can it be removed

[phpsoa] rest resource binding?

2007-06-04 Thread simonslaws
I think that it would be interesting to have a rest resource binding to sit alongside the rest rpc binding. The intention would be to provide a convenient template against which to construct a service which is able to provide an implementation for the HTTP style Create (POST), Retrieve (GET),

[phpsoa] Re: rest resource binding?

2007-06-06 Thread simonslaws
Yes, I had imaginged that it would be a pass through mechanism of sorts. There has been some work on dealing with specific fixed formats, for example, RSS and ATOM, in the REST environment in SCA. So you could consider these to be representative of bindings that deal in concrete and fixed body

[phpsoa] Re: rest resource binding?

2007-06-07 Thread simonslaws
Its a good analogy. We could consider the resource binding to be the parent of other bindings that apply particular sematics or data formats over and above the basic ability to call the CRUD methods at a particular endpoint. Do you think there is a more fundamental binding that this

[phpsoa] Re: rest resource binding?

2007-06-11 Thread simonslaws
I agree with Matthew's sentiment. I think we have enough ideas here to have a crack at the simple CRUDE case. I view the second case as being similar to the first case but with more complex URIs. I think it is useful to point out that this extra complexity is required in reall applications (which

[phpsoa] Re: Time for DUNLIN to peck its way out?

2007-06-11 Thread simonslaws
I'm happy to take a look at #11004 (everyone else has had a go so it's probably my turn :-). I see the difference between this and #11012 (I remember the xsi:type stuff coming up ages ago in Tuscany SDO as something that was required to get the C++ SCA implentation going - if I come across any

[phpsoa] SOA World - New York - Anyone going?

2007-06-12 Thread simonslaws
I've managed to wangle a trip to SOA World in New York from 25th to 27th June. If any PHP SOAers out there are going it would be good to meet up. Let me know. Regards Simon --~--~-~--~~~---~--~~ You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google

[phpsoa] Re: Time for DUNLIN to peck its way out?

2007-06-14 Thread simonslaws
On 14 Jun, 11:22, Caroline Maynard [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Matthew Peters wrote: I have just checked in some changes to the SDO C++ code (thanks, Pete Robbins) and a one-liner to one of the classes in the soap binding which I think fix 11012 and 11004. Both the wsdl and the soap

[phpsoa] Re: Time for DUNLIN to peck its way out?

2007-06-14 Thread simonslaws
+1 to this idea. In the context of this thread, if I could encourage you to put you thoughts down about the bug filing and fixing process that would be excellent. Simon --~--~-~--~~~---~--~~ You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google

[phpsoa] DUNLIN RC1 testing

2007-06-14 Thread simonslaws
Hi Matthew, Just been giving the release candidate you sent me a spin and having a few small problems. I can easily fix what I've seen but I'm a little confused about where to do it. I thought we released out of head but head doesn't seem to be at 1.2.2. Here are the things I'm seeing so far.

[phpsoa] Re: DUNLIN RC1 testing

2007-06-15 Thread simonslaws
I'm still having problems with my Windows environment. All of my phpt tests fail with empty output files. Anyone any ideas? Anyhow here's what I found... Linux: FC6 PHP 5.2.0 tests/SCA/phpunit/TestSuite.php ln 407 - requires SoapBinding rather than SOapBinding

[phpsoa] Re: DUNLIN RC1 testing

2007-06-15 Thread simonslaws
On 15 Jun, 12:31, Caroline Maynard [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm still having problems with my Windows environment. All of my phpt tests fail with empty output files. Anyone any ideas? What happens if you run the generated php scripts manually? It turned out to be

[phpsoa] Re: DUNLIN RC1 testing

2007-06-18 Thread simonslaws
On 18 Jun, 10:56, Matthew Peters [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: SCA_SDO-1.2.2.tgz - the version that Simon has been using above, no fixes yet - is now in the files section. OK, I've done the easy fixes in DUNLIN. I've also overhauled the installation instruction so if people could go and review

[phpsoa] Re: DUNLIN RC1 testing

2007-06-18 Thread simonslaws
php04.php works fine if I run it from the command line fbut fails if I run the phpt test case using run-tests? Anyone else seeing this behaviour? Simon --~--~-~--~~~---~--~~ You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups phpsoa

[phpsoa] Re: DUNLIN RC1 testing

2007-06-19 Thread simonslaws
Thanks for trying that Graham. I've fix a few more things.. 1/ I've fixed the case of the Helloworld.php?smd reference 2/ examples/SDO/rss-media missing. I didn't get a response to this so I have removed the example from the examples/SDO/index.htm. 3/ I've put an example of how tests can be

[phpsoa] Re: DUNLIN RC1 testing

2007-06-19 Thread simonslaws
On 19 Jun, 10:47, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Thanks for trying that Graham. I've fix a few more things.. 1/ I've fixed the case of the Helloworld.php?smd reference 2/ examples/SDO/rss-media missing. I didn't get a response to this so I have removed the example from the

[phpsoa] Re: DUNLIN RC1 testing

2007-06-19 Thread simonslaws
On 19 Jun, 18:11, Matthew Peters [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 2. There are some horrible network delays. I am working at home on a For example I just got a timeout. We can see it is going out on the web forhttp://schemas.xmlsoap.org/wsdl/: .br / bWarning/b:

[phpsoa] Results of fixing up the schema loading problem

2007-06-20 Thread simonslaws
I have a fix for the extra calls to the network that C++ SDO seems to be making when loading the WSDL schema. I tested the fix with the C++ SDO tests and it's OK. I applied the fix to my local copy of DUNLIN. Test 04 runs fine now. However the testSOAP XML DAS unit test now fails with the same

[phpsoa] Re: DUNLIN RC2

2007-06-22 Thread simonslaws
On 21 Jun, 22:40, Graham Charters [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Matthew, Thanks for fixing the wsdl schema fetching problem and spinning RC2. It all looks good to me on Windows. Unit tests all pass (phpt and phpunit). Service generation for wsdl, xmlrpc and jsonrpc all work. Json-rpc mail

[phpsoa] Re: DUNLIN RC2

2007-06-22 Thread simonslaws
On 22 Jun, 10:13, Graham Charters [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: So there is :-) . Strange this it's just the order in which the xsi:type and xmlns:tns are written out. Given that, I would say it's good to go, but we need to get to the bottom of why the order is different between Windows and

[phpsoa] View this page Contents of Release From EIDER Branch

2007-06-25 Thread simonslaws
Created next release contents page Click on http://groups.google.com/group/phpsoa/web/contents-of-release-from-eider-branch - or copy paste it into your browser's address bar if that doesn't work. --~--~-~--~~~---~--~~ You received this message because you are

[phpsoa] Tuscany SDO code branch

2007-06-25 Thread simonslaws
For information... The Tuscany SDO team have branched the SDO C++ code tree to allow them to start tidying their iterfaces w.r.t to the SDO C++ specification while still supporting the set of interfaces we currently use. See the thread here (http://www.mail-archive.com/tuscany-dev

[phpsoa] Release Announcements

2007-07-02 Thread simonslaws
I've just been doing a Tuscany blog post about the 1.2.2. release. I notice that the release announce didn't go out on the PECL dev list. There appears to be a problem with the process. Wez is looking into it see [1]. Where else can we make the release annouce so that people see it as they aren't

[phpsoa] Service that implement interfaces?

2007-07-04 Thread simonslaws
It would seem to be the case that if you implement a service using a class that implements an interface then SCA doesn't recognize it as a service. For example, with the service: /** * @service * @binding.restresource * @types urn::orderNS Orders.xsd */ class Orders implements

[phpsoa] Re: Service that implement interfaces?

2007-07-04 Thread simonslaws
On 4 Jul, 09:30, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It would seem to be the case that if you implement a service using a class that implements an interface then SCA doesn't recognize it as a service. For example, with the service: /** * @service * @binding.restresource * @types urn::orderNS

[phpsoa] Re: Upgrading EIDER to latest Tusany code

2007-07-05 Thread simonslaws
On 5 Jul, 14:23, Matthew Peters [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: For info, I took a look at Tuscany JIRA 1112 again last week on Friday and am convinced that the recent namespace changes are not right; and a backward step on what was in there before which was not right either. I have updated the

[phpsoa] Re: Upgrading EIDER to latest Tusany code

2007-07-05 Thread simonslaws
On 5 Jul, 14:25, Matthew Peters [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What happened to Simon's userid? simonslaws-gM/[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Not sure! It's decided I don't need an alias anymore. --~--~-~--~~~---~--~~ You received this message because you

[phpsoa] Re: New article about SCA and SDO

2007-07-05 Thread simonslaws
On 5 Jul, 14:15, Matthew Peters [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Thanks for spotting that. What a nice article it is! I am very impressed - it seems no matter how neglectful any of us have been about the documentation (for example I only just got round to changing @binding.ws for @binding.soap in

[phpsoa] Re: New article about SCA and SDO

2007-07-05 Thread simonslaws
On 5 Jul, 15:26, Caroline Maynard [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Good spot Caroline, have added it to the places that talk about us list. .. however I had already added it to the Papers list! I chose that because it was more like a tutorial and less like a

[phpsoa] Re: about JMS Binding

2007-07-06 Thread simonslaws
On 6 Jul, 00:11, cem [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Jul 5, 6:41 pm, Simon Laws [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If you have we could transfer it via the files section of the group but I notice that it's set at the moment so that only managers can upload files. We could do that via email and have

[phpsoa] Re: about JMS Binding

2007-07-06 Thread simonslaws
On 6 Jul, 13:28, Jack Zai [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Unlike any of other bindings, where an http server is used for listening to the ports, for the ms binding, a service is started from a console (e.g. php myservice.php). Once the service is started, it will keep trying to get message from

[phpsoa] Re: about JMS Binding

2007-07-06 Thread simonslaws
...snip On 6 Jul, 16:31, Jack Zai [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've uploaded my code as an archive file - ms.zip. Jack Thanks Jack, I see it. I'll take a look. Simon --~--~-~--~~~---~--~~ You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google

[phpsoa] Re: ATOMPUB binding

2007-07-17 Thread simonslaws
On 17 Jul, 10:08, Matthew Peters [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Shame I didn't read it through carefully before posting - that should be that has *not* quite made it to the outside world ... On Jul 17, 10:06 am, Matthew Peters [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: that has quite made it to the outside

[phpsoa] Re: Real world SDO/SOA examples

2007-08-06 Thread simonslaws
On 6 Aug, 02:55, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've been reading a bit about SDO recently and using it with PHP and have just started trying to put it to use. Apart from building a slightly more complex version of the tutorials/demos I am really stuck. My question really is:

[phpsoa] Re: json rpc patch

2007-08-07 Thread simonslaws
On 7 Aug, 10:55, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The patch I have uploaded includes a change to see whether the $content_type variable contains the string application/json-rpc rather than checking whether it is equal to it. The patch will change the file

[phpsoa] Re: Finer-grained control over service methods (Pecl Request #11944)

2007-08-31 Thread simonslaws
On 31 Aug, 08:42, Graham Charters [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Pecl Request #11944 (http://pecl.php.net/bugs/bug.php?id=11944) is asking for finer-grained control over the methods which are surfaced on a service interface. We currently just use class visibility (i.e. all public methods) to

[phpsoa] Re: about JMS Binding

2007-08-31 Thread simonslaws
On 25 Jul, 17:02, Jack Zai [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Simon, I checked out the code from EIDER branch, and made some changes. Also I wrote some test cases for the message binding. I've just uploaded a patch file patch.txt, which includes the changes and test cases. Thanks Jack On

[phpsoa] Re: json rpc patch

2007-08-31 Thread simonslaws
On 7 Aug, 11:20, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 7 Aug, 10:55, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The patch I have uploaded includes a change to see whether the $content_type variable contains the string application/json-rpc rather than checking whether it is equal to it. The

[phpsoa] Re: Finer-grained control over service methods (Pecl Request #11944)

2007-08-31 Thread simonslaws
Hi Graham Some more comments in line... On 31 Aug, 11:26, Graham Charters [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Simon, thanks for the rapid comments. Here's my thoughts on the two issues you identified: 1/ What should SCA do if it finds a method without annotations, i.e. no type information

[phpsoa] Re: Finer-grained control over service methods (Pecl Request #11944)

2007-09-10 Thread simonslaws
On 8 Sep, 09:30, Graham Charters [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Just a quick status update... I've done the code to optionally allow an interface to be specified and tested this independent of a protocol binding and all works fine. Unfortunately, when called from a remote invocation, the

[phpsoa] Re: about JMS Binding

2007-09-10 Thread simonslaws
On 10 Sep, 15:04, Jack Zai [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Simon i've fixed the tests, and made a new patch against FULMER with all of the changes. Thanks Jack On 31 Aug, 10:01, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 25 Jul, 17:02, Jack Zai [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Simon, I checked out

[phpsoa] Re: passing parameters by reference

2007-09-21 Thread simonslaws
On 21 Sep, 08:18, mbertazz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dear Graham, thank yuo for your answer. I'm attaching the wsdl file. As you can see there are in/out paramenters. When i make a call i can't access the result because it's private. Thank you in advance, Matteo ?xml version=1.0

[phpsoa] Re: ( ! ) Fatal error: Uncaught SCA_RuntimeException: SDO_Exception in setWSDLTypes : Type not found: http://Bcc bugs thrown in /usr/share/pear/SCA_SDO-1.2.2/SCA/Bindings/soap/Proxy.php on li

2007-10-04 Thread simonslaws
On 4 Oct, 12:27, maapi123 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi All, I have created a web service which returns the xml data by reading the following article. http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/web/library/ws-soa-scasdo/index.html But, the Service is working for local services only. If I am trying

[phpsoa] Re: ( ! ) Fatal error: Uncaught SCA_RuntimeException: SDO_Exception in setWSDLTypes : Type not found: http://Bcc bugs thrown in /usr/share/pear/SCA_SDO-1.2.2/SCA/Bindings/soap/Proxy.php on li

2007-10-07 Thread simonslaws
On 4 Oct, 14:12, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 4 Oct, 12:27, maapi123 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi All, I have created a web service which returns the xml data by reading the following article. http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/web/library/ws-soa-scasdo/index.html But, the Service is

[phpsoa] Re: How can I access a property containing a hyphen (i.e. portfolio-id)

2007-11-14 Thread simonslaws
On 9 Nov, 21:21, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 9 Nov, 20:16, Harm Bandstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello All, I'm not sure if this is the right place for my question, but here goes... I have an XSD file with properties containing hyphens. I can't get it to accept any changes to

[phpsoa] Re: Contributing to CVS

2007-11-23 Thread simonslaws
On 21 Nov, 17:29, Graham Charters [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Tom, Yes, this is the right place to discuss additions to the Bindings. Looking forward to your thoughts... Regards, Graham. On 21 Nov, 16:41, Tom [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: For the bugs, these should be raised on the bugs

[phpsoa] Re: Extending the restrpc binding output data

2007-11-22 Thread simonslaws
On 22 Nov, 12:57, Tom [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Simon, Great thing you like the idea. Some new thoughts below. On 22 Nov, 11:50, Simon Laws [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Currently the restrpc binding will only return data in XML format. Unless anyone has a better suggestion we will be

[phpsoa] Re: Extending the restrpc binding output data

2007-11-23 Thread simonslaws
On 23 Nov, 09:40, Tom [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 23 Nov, 08:47, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If you can't manipulate the accept headers can you use the JSONRPC binding which will return JSON formatted messges? Looking at the code it seems that the JSONRPC binding will only handle POST

[phpsoa] Re: Returning Data Objects to the client side

2008-01-03 Thread simonslaws
On 27 Dec 2007, 14:31, aouriques [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello friends, How can I return a Data Object to the client side? I am using the SDO_DAS_XML to create the data object but I cannot send to the client the correct object. I have tried this example (and a lot

[phpsoa] Re: .NET and XSD element having a complexType

2008-01-10 Thread simonslaws
On 9 Jan, 22:02, Silvano Girardi Jr [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, I am trying to use many-valued elements. They work fine when using with PHP, but when I try .NET I get the following: -- D:\wsdlwsdl.exehttp://localhost/tests/ContactService.php?wsdl

[phpsoa] Re: SCA not working on PHP 5.3

2008-01-29 Thread simonslaws
So you got there first! Are you exclusively on 5.3 now? Simon --~--~-~--~~~---~--~~ You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups phpsoa group. To post to this group, send email to phpsoa@googlegroups.com To unsubscribe from this

[phpsoa] Re: Status of issue with SDO scoping of anonymous types with same name

2008-01-30 Thread simonslaws
On 29 Jan, 21:13, cdouglas [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, Been a long time since I have posted here since SDO has been working so well for me. I wanted to see if there has been any updates on the issue from this post I made about a year ago.

[phpsoa] Re: Status of issue with SDO scoping of anonymous types with same name

2008-01-31 Thread simonslaws
On 30 Jan, 14:05, cdouglas [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I just grabbed the Fulmar branch and tried it and it still happens. The issue is that the items failing are defined as such: xs:element name=attribute nillable=true minOccurs=0 maxOccurs=unbounded

[phpsoa] Re: Status of issue with SDO scoping of anonymous types with same name

2008-02-11 Thread simonslaws
On 31 Jan, 10:33, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 30 Jan, 14:05, cdouglas [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I just grabbed the Fulmar branch and tried it and it still happens. The issue is that the items failing are defined as such: xs:element name=attribute nillable=true minOccurs=0

[phpsoa] Re: Status of issue with SDO scoping of anonymous types with same name

2008-02-14 Thread simonslaws
On 11 Feb, 18:35, cdouglas [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Thank you Chris Hi Chris The Tuscany team kindly made a fix for this problem (PECL-13101). I just committed it to the FULMAR branch. Give it a spin and let me know if it works for you. If so I know Matthew wants to do a release so it can