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(PHP ActiveX) Lower-Level REST API Methods (Google Cloud Storage)

The FullRequest* methods, such as FullRequestBinary, FullRequestMultipart, FullRequestNoBody, FullRequestStream, FullRequestString, etc. are high-level REST API methods that both send the request and receive the response. It is often the case that an application needs make a REST call, but with a finer level of control. The Chilkat REST API provides this feature. An application can break a REST call into the following parts:

  1. Send the HTTP request. (via the SendReq* methods)
  2. Receive the HTTP response header. (ReadResponseHeader)
  3. Receive the HTTP response body. (via the ReadRespBody* methods)

This example demonstrates a REST call using SendReqStringBody, ReadResonseHeader, and ReadRespBodyString.

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<?php

//  This example demonstrates a REST call using SendReqStringBody, ReadResonseHeader, and ReadRespBodyString.
//  It will create a bucket in Google Cloud Storage.

//  It requires the Chilkat API to have been previously unlocked.
//  See Global Unlock Sample for sample code.

$gAuth = new COM("Chilkat_9_5_0.AuthGoogle");
//  Obtain an access token as shown in one of the following examples:
//  See Get Access Token using a Service Account JSON Key
//  See Get Access Token using a P12 File

$rest = new COM("Chilkat_9_5_0.Rest");

//  Connect using TLS.
$bAutoReconnect = 1;
$success = $rest->Connect('www.googleapis.com',443,1,$bAutoReconnect);

//  Provide the authentication credentials (i.e. the access key)
$success = $rest->SetAuthGoogle($gAuth);

//  Build the JSON request body for creating a bucket.
//  The only required property is the "name", but we'll add more
//  to make a better example..
$jsonReqBody = new COM("Chilkat_9_5_0.JsonObject");
$success = $jsonReqBody->AddStringAt(-1,'name','chilkat-bucket-c');
$success = $jsonReqBody->AddStringAt(-1,'kind','storage#bucket');
$success = $jsonReqBody->AddStringAt(-1,'location','US');
$success = $jsonReqBody->AddObjectAt(-1,'versioning');

// pObjVersioning is a Chilkat_9_5_0.JsonObject
$pObjVersioning = $jsonReqBody->ObjectOf('versioning');
$success = $pObjVersioning->AddBoolAt(-1,'enabled',1);

//  Show the HTTP request body we'll be sending.
print $jsonReqBody->emit() . "\n";

//  Add the required query parameter.
//  See https://cloud.google.com/storage/docs/json_api/v1/buckets/insert
$success = $rest->AddQueryParam('project','chilkattest-1050');

//  Add the Content-Type HTTP request header.
$success = $rest->AddHeader('Content-Type','application/json; charset=UTF-8');

//  Send the REST HTTP request.
$success = $rest->SendReqStringBody('POST','/storage/v1/b',$jsonReqBody->emit());
if ($success != 1) {
    print $rest->LastErrorText . "\n";
    exit;
}

//  Read the response header.
$responseStatusCode = $rest->ReadResponseHeader();
if ($responseStatusCode < 0) {
    //  We were unable to receive the response header.
    print $rest->LastErrorText . "\n";
    exit;
}

if ($responseStatusCode != 200) {
    //  The response was not successful.  We'll still need to receive
    //  the response body, which may contain an error message from the server.
    //  If the response has no body, then the method for reading the
    //  response body can still be called.  It will simply return with an empty
    //  response body.

    //  We can examine the response header and status text:
    print 'Response status text: ' . $rest->ResponseStatusText . "\n";
    print 'Response header: ' . $rest->ResponseHeader . "\n";
}

//  Read the response body.  In this case we're expecting it to be JSON..
$responseBodyStr = $rest->readRespBodyString();
if ($rest->LastMethodSuccess != 1) {
    //  We were unable to receive the response body.
    //  Note: If the response did not include a body (such as for cases where
    //  the Content-Length header is 0, or if the response status code implicitly
    //  indicates no body, then ReadRespBodyString returns cktrue, and the
    //  responseBodyString will be an empty string.
    print $rest->LastErrorText . "\n";
    exit;
}

//  Show the JSON response.
print 'Json Response: ' . $responseBodyStr . "\n";

?>

 

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