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NNMi SOAP API example in PHP

Here is an example of calling the SOAP API of NNMi in PHP.


echo "Password for AdminUser: ";
system('stty -echo');
$pw = rtrim(fgets(STDIN));
system('stty echo');
echo "\n";

$no_verify_ssl = stream_context_create([
               'ssl' => [ 'verify_peer' => false,
               'verify_peer_name'  => false,
               'allow_self_signed' => true]

# Connect to the SOAP server
$client = new SoapClient('https://nnmi.example.com/InterfaceBeanService/InterfaceBean?wsdl',
    ['trace' => 1, 'login'=> 'AdminUser', 'password' => $pw
     'stream_context' => $no_verify_ssl ]
if ( !$client ) {
  echo("ERROR: could not connect to SOAP server\n");
  return 1;

class condition {
   function condition($name, $op, $val) {
      $this->name = $name;
      $this->operator = $op;
      $this->value = $val;

#$condition = new condition('ifName', 'LIKE', 'Gi*');
#$condition = new condition('operationalState', 'EQ', 'UP');
$condition = new condition('ifAlias', 'EQ', '-mgmt-');

$soapcondition = new SoapVar ($condition, SOAP_ENC_OBJECT, "condition", "http://filter.sdk.nms.ov.hp.com/");

#var_dump($client->getInterfaceCount(new SoapParam($soapcondition, "arg0")));

var_dump($client->getInterfaces(new SoapParam($soapcondition, "arg0")));
#echo $client->__getLastRequest();

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Re: NNMi SOAP API example in PHP

Hi, thak you fro your message.

May we know if there is any issue with that API call with PHP?

What seems to be your goal and what issue/error are you having?


Thank you.

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