Simple WSDL to PHP classes converter. Takes a WSDL file and outputs class files ready to use.
Uses the MIT license.
New major version: 3.0
A new major version of wsdl2phpgenerator has recently been released: 3.0.
This introduces changes to both configuration and generated code. The changes makes it more flexible to use, easier to include in other projects, promotes contributions and reduces maintenance.
2.x users are encourage to read a walkthrough of what is new in 3.0.
Originally developed by @walle and includes bug fixes and improvements from @vakopian, @statikbe, @ecolinet, @nuth, @chriskl, @RSully, @jrbasso, @dypa, @Lafriks, @SamMousa, @xstefanox, @garex, @honzap, @jk, @sheeep, @colinodell, @red-led and @kasperg.
Pull requests are very welcome. Please read our guidelines for contributing.
There is a mailing list for the project at https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/wsdl2phpgenerator
Add wsdl2phpgenerator to your Composer project:
composer require wsdl2phpgenerator/wsdl2phpgenerator
The project will also be available as a command line application which can be downloaded as a phar file.
To generate classes create a
Generator instance and pass it a
$generator = new \Wsdl2PhpGenerator\Generator(); $generator->generate( new \Wsdl2PhpGenerator\Config(array( 'inputFile' => 'input.wsdl', 'outputDir' => '/tmp/output' )) );
After generating the code then configure your existing autoloader accordingly. The generated code also comes with a simple
autoload.php file which can be included directly. This registers a simple autoloader for the generated classes.
The following example will generate code from a web service, load the generated classes, call the web service and return the result over the course of a single process.
$generator = new \Wsdl2PhpGenerator\Generator(); $generator->generate( new \Wsdl2PhpGenerator\Config(array( 'inputFile' => 'http://www.webservicex.net/CurrencyConvertor.asmx?WSDL', 'outputDir' => '/tmp/CurrencyConverter' )) ); require '/tmp/CurrencyConverter/autoload.php'; // A class will generated representing the service. // It is named after the element in the WSDL and has a method for each operation. $service = new \CurrencyConvertor(); $request = new \ConversionRate(\Currency::USD, \Currency::EUR); $response = $service->ConversionRate($request); echo $response->getConversionRateResult();
Note that this is not recommended usage. Normally code generation and web services calls will be two separate processes.
The generator supports a range of options which can be set in the configuration.
The path or url to the WSDL to generate classes from.
The directory to place the generated classes in. It will be created if it does not already exist.
The namespace to use for the generated classes. If not set classes will be generated without a namespace.
The following configuration will place generated code from the CDYNE Weather web service under the
$generator = new \Wsdl2PhpGenerator\Generator(); $generator->generate( new \Wsdl2PhpGenerator\Config(array( 'inputFile' => 'http://wsf.cdyne.com/WeatherWS/Weather.asmx?wsdl', 'outputDir' => '/tmp/weather' 'namespaceName' => 'CDyne\Weather', )) );
A comma-separared list or array of class names to generate. All other classes in the WSDL will be ignored.
The following configuration will only generate
CopyImageType classes from the Amazon EC2 webservice.
$generator = new \Wsdl2PhpGenerator\Generator(); $generator->generate( new \Wsdl2PhpGenerator\Config(array( 'inputFile' => 'https://s3.amazonaws.com/ec2-downloads/2013-10-01.ec2.wsdl', 'outputDir' => '/tmp/amazon' 'classNames' => 'AmazonEC2, CopyImageType', )) );
If enabled this makes all types with the same identify use the same class and only generate it once. The default solution is to prepend numbering to avoid name clashes.
If enabled this sets the default value of all parameters in all constructors to
null. If this is used then properties must be set using accessors.
The base class to use for generated services. This should be a subclass of the PHP
Examples of third party SOAP client implementations which can be used:
Note that is is the responsibility of the surrounding code to ensure that the base class is available during code generation and when calling web services.
The following configuration will use the BeSimple SOAP client as base class:
$generator = new \Wsdl2PhpGenerator\Generator(); $generator->generate( new \Wsdl2PhpGenerator\Config(array( 'inputFile' => 'input.wsdl', 'outputDir' => '/tmp/output' 'soapClientClass' => '\BeSimple\SoapClient\SoapClient' )) );
An array of configuration options to pass to the SoapClient. They will be used when accessing the WSDL to generate the code and as defaults for subsequent requests to the SOAP service. The PHP documentation has a list of supported options.
The list of options for the client can be extended by using more advanced
Note that wsdl2phpgenerator expects the
features option to contain
SOAP_SINGLE_ELEMENT_ARRAYS. This ensures that type hints are consistent even if sequences only contain one element. If the
features option is set explicitly in
SOAP_SINGLE_ELEMENT_ARRAYS must also be added explicitly.
The following configuration will enable basic authentication and set the connection timeout to 60 seconds.
$generator = new \Wsdl2PhpGenerator\Generator(); $generator->generate( new \Wsdl2PhpGenerator\Config(array( 'inputFile' => 'input.wsdl', 'outputDir' => '/tmp/output' 'soapClientOptions' => array( 'authentication' => SOAP_AUTHENTICATION_BASIC, 'login' => 'username', 'password' => 'secret' 'connection_timeout' => 60, )) );
This project aims to use semantic versioning. The following constitutes the public API:
- Generated code
Backwards incompatible changes to these means that the major version will be increased. Additional features and bug fixes increate minor and patch versions.