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    Web Service Integration in PHP

    Hello,

    I have a web service called https://services.mortgagewebcenter.c...tnerRates.asmx where I have to call the function "ExternalMultiRateSearch".

    I have already written a code in php which is giving error. If someone can check my code and rectify the same or suggest me how to integrate the web serice in php and call the above mentioned function.


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    subhasishweb, it's best if you give a lot more detail than you did. What error message are you receiving? Can you write it out for us? Don't expect people to go through all your code for you. Help us help you!

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    If you go through my code, you can understand what I have written. There is one php file containing the code and one error screenshot file.

    Actually I have created a object of SoapClient and by it's functions I am calling the web service specified function and getting error.

    Please go through my code and give me some solution.



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    Having to download a zip file is too much effort, for me, to go to to try and help. A screenshot of an error message isn't necessary, you can just paste the text into your post. If there's just a single file of php, include it inline. If you take the time to edit it and remove any unnecessary fluff, it makes it so much easier to help.
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    Keep in mind we're all not paid to do this! This is an exchange of help and ideas so asking other members to thumb through pages of code without any sort of guidance as to what may be wrong is asking a bit much.

    Post the errors, post the releavent files, and include the code in your post using php tags. Then we'll try and help ya out!
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