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Maximum size of array that nusoap can return


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Hello,

I have a function that returns 2-d array of strings. It times out when array gets too big. When I view the server debug note, it does return correct value and I guess in the process of serializing the returned array and posting it back to client, it timesout.

my return type is defined:

Code:
      $server->addComplexType('ArrayOfStrings',
                                          'complexType',
                                          'array',
                                          'sequence',
                                          'SOAP-ENC:Array',
                                          array(),
                                          array(array('ref'=>'SOAP-ENC:arrayType','wsdl:arrayType'=>'xsd:string[]')),
                                          'xsd:string'
        );


      $server->addComplexType('ResultArray',
                                          'complexType',
                                          'array',
                                          'sequence',
                                          'SOAP-ENC:Array',
                                          array(),
                                          array(array('ref'=>'SOAP-ENC:arrayType','wsdl:arrayType'=>'tns:ArrayOfStrings[]')),
                                          'tns:ArrayOfStrings'
        );


My question is whether above return type declaration is correct and whether nusoap has limit on size of array that can be returned. I have no problem returning huge string and huge binary data. Only array return type fails.

Thanks


Last edited by pL3oO on Thu Dec 07, 2006 10:20 am; edited 1 time in total
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It's not clear what times out. Is it php or network socket or something else?

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It times out on below lines:

Code:

      $tmp = fgets($this->fp, 256);
      $tmplen = strlen($tmp);


Those two lines are in getResponse function of soap_transport_http class.
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would please tell me what time out message was given?

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The message I got was :
Code:

2006-12-09 17:02:15.053134 soap_transport_http: HTTP header: Content-Length: 661
2006-12-09 17:02:15.053234 soap_transport_http: wrote data to socket, length = 910
2006-12-09 17:03:15.043907 soap_transport_http: read line of 0 bytes:
2006-12-09 17:03:15.044008 soap_transport_http: socket read of headers timed out after length 0
2006-12-09 17:03:15.044054 soap_transport_http: read before timeout:

2006-12-09 17:03:15.044109 soap_transport_http: end of send()
2006-12-09 17:03:15.044274 soapclient: Error: HTTP Error: socket read of headers timed out


I also printed out server->response to see if response was generated and it did indeed have 60meg worth of xml generated from 2mb of array contents.
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You may want to increase timeout values.
Looke like you have 60 seconds:
2006-12-09 17:02:15.053234 soap_transport_http: wrote data to socket, length = 910
2006-12-09 17:03:15.043907 soap_transport_http: read line of 0 bytes

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