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SoapClient::__getLastResponseHeaders

(PHP 5 >= 5.0.1, PHP 7)

SoapClient::__getLastResponseHeadersDevuelve los encabezados SOAP de la última respuesta

Descripción

public string SoapClient::__getLastResponseHeaders ( void )

Devuelve los encabezados SOAP de la última respuesta

Nota:

Esta función solo funciona si el objecto SoapClient fue creado con la opción trace establecida como TRUE.

Parámetros

Esta función no tiene parámetros.

Valores devueltos

La última respuesta de los encabezados SOAP.

Ejemplos

Ejemplo #1 Ejemplo de SoapClient::__getLastResponse()

<?php
$client 
SoapClient("some.wsdl", array('trace' => 1));
$result $client->SomeFunction();
echo 
"RESPONSE HEADERS:\n" $client->__getLastResponseHeaders() . "\n";
?>

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jeroen{at}asystance{dot}nl
7 years ago
Note SoapClient does not wait for a response for one-way operations (i.e. <wsdl:operation>s that do not have a <wsdl:response>)! To see if a request failed, use
$sc = new SoapClient( 'some.wsdl', array('features'=>SOAP_WAIT_ONE_WAY_CALLS));

See http://bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=36083 and http://bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=49278
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noncey
11 months ago
For long running scripts which may be set to a longer timeout in the PHP script, be aware that the IIS connection timeout settings do not restart when you initiate a SOAP call even though you are using a new web address than your current running script.

Because of this, we noted a SOAP call that seemed to not return headers from a Web Service. It was found to be related to IIS timing out. This was in IIS 7.5. The resolution was to increase the connection timeout for IIS at the website/domain level.

There were no faults or exceptions captured when this occurred so your only indicator is that you have no header information.
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