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How to avoid SoapClient PHP to decode base64 response result?

Am using SoapClient (PHP) to retrieve data from a remote webservice. And I am able to communicate perfectly with this webservice. The request am sending is supposed to retrieve base64 encoded image data. It turned out that SoapClient automatically decode base64 response and the result looks like this: My question is how prevent this automatic decoding by SoapClient. My REST

Wrong namespaces assigned by PHP SOAP Client

I have little to no experience in SOAP. And I am interacting with a third party wsdl web service. For this I use PHP’s native SoapClient. When I send the request I’m getting an error response that states the following: The relevant parts of the autogenerated XML are as follow: If I take the autogenerated XML, change the namespace alias

Logging into a soap API with cURL and Laravel

I’m having some trouble with this. I am trying to login to a Soap API with SSL I have generated the .pem file and can verify it is good by doing the following The following give me HTTP/1.1 202 Accepted Now, when I essentially try to do the same thing within a laravel controller with the following, I get the

Can not install php7.4-soap on Debian 9

I am using Debian 9, and I recently upgraded PHP from 5.6 to 7.4. I was hit by the Class ‘SoapClient’ not found error when running an old PHP script, which worked very well under PHP 5.6. The phpinfo() lists “SOAP” module but it doesn’t have a dedicated “soap” section with “Soap Client” listed (as mentioned here). I believe the

PHP WSDL response as object

I am sending a request for response to a WSDL in PHP (code below). The response is structured in a way that I’m not sure how to extract data from it. It comes back as an object with the XML inside. Is there a standard way of parsing the XML of this object? Here is my code: ?> Here is