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Invoking an OIE Route from PHP

The repository not contains a PHP class making it simple to invoke an OIE workflow from PHP. See the oie.php file. Using the OIEProcess class defined in the file processes can be created and the process id and input message UUID known.

$HTTPROOT   = "";
$ROUTENAME  = "TEST_MailBack";
$PARAMETERS = array('myParameter'=>'YOYO MAMA', 'otherParam'=>4);
$request = new OIEProcess($HTTPROOT, $ROUTENAME, $PARAMETERS);
if ($request->start('adam', '*******', fopen('/etc/passwd', 'r'), 'text/plain') == 'OK') {
    echo "\n";
    echo "Process ID: " . $request->get_process_id() . "\n";
    echo "Message UUID: " . $request->get_message_id() . "\n";    

The start method returns either "OK", "OIEERR" (OIE refused the request), or "SYSERR" (the curl operation failed). The first and second parameters for start is the user credentials, the optional third and fourth parameters is the input message stream and the payload mimetype. If no mimetype is specified a default of "application/octet-stream" is assumed.

Author: Adam Tauno Williams

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