The CDROnDemand wsdl (https://<ip>:8443/CDRonDemandService/services/CDRonDemand?wsdl) uses two functions 1) get_file_list and 2)get_file. I'm trying to render a file list onto a php page but can't seem to. For get_file_list, there are three parameters that need to be specified 1) Start Time, 2) End Time, and 3) Where to get files from. The sample code from Cisco's Serviceability XML Programming document states
The get_file_list API expects the following parameters:
• Start Time—Mandatory parameter that specifies the starting time for the search interval. The
format is a string: YYYYMMDDHHMM. No default value exists.
• End Time—Mandatory parameter that specifies the ending time for the search interval. The format
is a string: YYYYMMDDHHMM. No default value exists.
•Where to get the files from— Mandatory parameter that tells the servlet whether to include those
files that were successfully sent to the third-party billing servers. The format is boolean.
– True = Include both files that were sent successfully and files that failed to be sent.
– False = Send only the files that failed to be sent. Do not include files that were sent successfully.
I am trying to write this in php but do not seem to be having luck.
$in0 = '201401011000';
$in1 = '201401011059';
$in2 = 'true';
$soapClient = new SoapClient("https://<ip>:8443/CDRonDemandService/services/CDRonDemand?wsdl",
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