monster8

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How do compile PHP with SOAP enabled? My server is on WHM 10.8.0. I am given the following choices when I build Apache:

Php Module

Version 4.3.11
Version 4.4.1
Version 4.4.2
Version 4.4.3
Version 4.4.4
Version 5.0.4
Version 5.0.5
Version 5.1.2
Version 5.1.4
Version 5.1.6
Bc Math
Calendar Support
Curl (Version 7.15.3)
Curl SSL Support (Version 2.8.28)
Dom XSLT
Exif
Flash
FTP
GD (Version 2.0.15)
GetText
Iconv (experimental)
Imap Module (Version 2004g)
Java (must already be installed, or install will fail)
Mb String
Mcrypt (Version 2.5.7)
Memory Limit (experimental)
Mhash (Version 0.8.18)
Ming Support (Not Recommended due to various problems) (Version 0.3beta1)
Magic Quotes
MM Session Module (Version 1.3.1)
Mysql Module
SNMP
Openssl Support
Discard Path
PDFlib (requires license for commerical use; see www.pdflib.com/pdffiles/PDFlib-Lite-license.pdf)
Pear
Postgresql (will break 7.2.x or earlier, please make sure you have 7.3.x or later installed)
Pspell Module
Sablot XSLT [may cause problems with chili!asp]
SafeMode
Sockets
Use System Mysql
Track Vars
Freetype Support
Versioning
WDDX
XML RPC
Zip
Zlib
 

wonsil

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Another SOAP request

I have had no trouble with SOAP on Windows. So much so that I developed a PHP script but am saddened that I cannot run it on my dedicated machine at LiquidWeb. Any thoughts to including SOAP in the standard package? I can build it now but I like to keep up-to-date with security fixes.

Thanks,

Mark W.
 

wonsil

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No cPanel solution...

Despite SOAP libraries being around since 2002 and companies like Amazon, UPS, Microsoft, etc. exposing web services through SOAP, cPanel does not yet provide this option. :( As an alternative, there is a SOAP library that can be included right in your code:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/nusoap/

HTH,

Mark
 

Rafaelfpviana

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I was able to install it manually.

I don't remember how exactly, but I think that I found the solution here.

From what I remember, I downloaded the extention and did phpize and compiled the extention as a library.
 

JGrubbs

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If cPanel said they were going to add an --enable-soap option to PHP5 in the new easyapache last month, then we shouldn't have to configure it manually.
 

Rafaelfpviana

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Well, give that a try, hope it works.

If it doesn't then you will have to build the extention as an .so library for php.
 

JGrubbs

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I found the soap option in the easyapache for the EDGE cPanel. My first attempt failed, I will have to look at all the options and see if I can get it working this week.
 

JGrubbs

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After rebuilding apache with EDGE I get this in my phpinfo "--with-soap", but SOAP doesn't work. Shouldn't it be --enable-soap?
 

big

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still cant see it under my "WHM 10.8.0 cPanel 10.9.0-S119"

when its goign to be added ?
 

chirpy

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Go on, have a guess
still cant see it under my "WHM 10.8.0 cPanel 10.9.0-S119"

when its goign to be added ?
And you won't. As has been stated above, it's only available in EDGE and v11 of cPanel. You'll have to wait until that version is released by cPanel, for which cPanel have not (and don't usually) post a timetable.
 

JGrubbs

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What do I need to edit to make easyapache use "--enable-soap" instead of "--with-soap"?