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Cannot redeclare class soapclient


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Hi

I am using NuSoap to run a script searching for books on Amazon. It works all well and good on my localhost: Apache and PHP on windowx xp.

But when I upload the script to the web sever I get the following error, any ideas?

Fatal error: Cannot redeclare class soapclient in /home/fsadmin/public_html/bib/lib/nusoap.php on line 7240
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check if you have soap extension installed. It comes with its own soapclient class and may cause the conflict.

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recommended fix? fix for the future?


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Dmitri-
After a quick web search, I came across the same suggestion, and I somewhat blindly replaced all occurrences of "soapclient" with "soapclientPE" in my PHPEd-provided "nusoap.php". This also affected my instantiation:
Code:
$soap = new soapclientPE($wsdl,"wsdl");


For our confidence, could you please provide some concise steps or an updated nusoap.php file to prevent these sorts of conflicts with the PHP5-packaged extension? Also, will this be changed in future releases so the Wizard can again do what wizards do: magic?

thanks!
Great software...
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btw, what ns-wizard creates is written in nswizard.php and therefore can be changed (replaced) too Smile

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