I currently have a small php5 script using built in soap support. I am connecting to a WSDL file. I do my soap request. It works fine but I am having problems reading the xml response because i don't know xml/soap very well. The reponse printed out in good xml format when I do a dump_vars($result)
I will provide my example php script that already downloads the correct response via soap, I need well commented code that shows me how to assign sections of the xml code returned as simple php variables.
(the xml code uses attributes and seems complex)
Performance is a huge issue to me since each time a php webpage is loaded it will have to do a soap request and I will print results on page via php variables. As a result I prefer php5's built in soap is used.
I only need an example of reading one xml reponse. I will then use that example to do the other programming.
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