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  • wajidakhterabbasi 17:45 on Tuesday, 6 September 2011 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment  

    I have created a soap server which resides in my local host folder but whenever I tried to connect to it it gave me and error the error is

    Fatal error: Uncaught SoapFault exception: [HTTP] Unable to parse URL in D:\xampp\htdocs\Johansans Guides\client.php:11 Stack trace: #0 [internal function]: SoapClient->__doRequest(‘__soapCall(‘helloWorld’, Array) #2 {main} thrown in D:\xampp\htdocs\Johansans Guides\client.php on line 11

    the server code is


    echo “This SOAP Server Example can handle following functions:”;

    $functions = $server->getFunctions();

    foreach($functions as $func) {
    echo $func ;

    function helloWorld($buddy) {
    return “Welcome to the world, ” . $buddy . “!”;


    While the client side code is

    “localhost/Johansans Guides/soapserver1.php?WSDL”,
    ‘uri’ => “urn://www.wstutorial.com/”,
    ‘trace’ => 1 ));

    $return = $client->__soapCall(“helloWorld”,array(“Tommy”));
    echo $return;

    I am just wondering as what the problem may be can someone please help me. I haven’t created any wsdl file for the server at all.

  • wade 12:57 on Thursday, 1 September 2011 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment  

    Scale or Fail – Give your App the Speed it Needs in the Cloud! 

    For our October meeting, Grant Shipley, from Redhat, will be flying in from North Carolina to
    tell us about deploying PHP on ec2 using openshift, and a little about http://www.follw.it which is a site he created using Code Igniter, and why he chose PHP over Java for the follw.it site, despite being a Java developer for over 10 years.

    Whether you have one or a million visitors accessing your web app,
    they are all going to demand a great user experience regardless of
    what it takes for you to deliver it. This invariably means quick page
    loads and fast response times every single time. When things go south,
    you just throw more hardware at the problem and increase your caches
    and buffers, right? Wrong. Toss in an infrastructure that resides on
    the cloud and now you’ve got a really interesting problem on your
    hands. I’ll leave the marketecure slides at the door, this is a
    hands-on technical talk in which we’ll deploy an application to the
    cloud and then turn up the heat by leveraging the right mix of
    elasticity and auto-sclaing.

    Grant Shipley is an OpenShift PaaS Evangelist at Red Hat focused on
    cloud technologies. Prior to that, Grant was a Manager of Software
    Development with responsibilities over the http://www.redhat.com website and
    supporting infrastructure. Grant has over 10 years of software
    development experience focusing on Java and PHP. In his free time, he
    contributes to several open source projects including Media Portal and
    http://www.follw.it as well as developing iOS applications. Grant has been
    using Linux on a daily basis since 1994 and is active in the FOSS

  • wade 12:55 on Thursday, 1 September 2011 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment  

    FBI recruiter and PHP Security 

    For our September meeting, first, we’ll have a brief presentation from a visitor from the FBI to discuss tech opportunities within their organization. Then, the main event will be Steve Meyers presenting on PHP Security. We will be giving away more UTOS Raffle Tickets.

    • jmalan 0:15 on Friday, 30 September 2011 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      I wish I wouldn’t have missed this meeting. Will there be a followup meeting or are there notes from it somewhere?

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