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OneApi PHP client

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Installation

Add this to your composer.json file.

{
    "require": {
            "infobip/oneapi": "dev-master"
    }
}

Basic messaging example

First include autoload.php and initialize the messaging client using your username and password:

require_once '<PATH-TO-VENDOR-FOLDER>\autoload.php';

$smsClient = new \infobip\SmsClient(USERNAME, PASSWORD);

An exception will be thrown if your username and/or password are incorrect.

Prepare the message:

$smsMessage = new \infobip\models\SMSRequest();
$smsMessage->senderAddress = SENDER_ADDRESS;
$smsMessage->address = DESTINATION_ADDRESS;
$smsMessage->message = 'Hello world';

Send the message:

$smsMessageSendResult = $smsClient->sendSMS($smsMessage);

Later you can query for the delivery status of the message:

// You can use $clientCorrelator or $smsMessageSendResult as an method call argument here:
$smsMessageStatus = $smsClient->queryDeliveryStatus($smsMessageSendResult);
$deliveryStatus = $smsMessageStatus->deliveryInfo[0]->deliveryStatus;

echo 'Success:', $smsMessageStatus->isSuccess(), "\n";
echo 'Status:', $deliveryStatus, "\n";
if( ! $smsMessageStatus->isSuccess()) {
    echo 'Message id:', $smsMessageStatus->exception->messageId, "\n";
    echo 'Text:', $smsMessageStatus->exception->text, "\n";
    echo 'Variables:', $smsMessageStatus->exception->variables, "\n";
}

Possible statuses are: DeliveredToTerminal, DeliveryUncertain, DeliveryImpossible, MessageWaiting and DeliveredToNetwork.

Messaging with notification push example

Same as with the standard messaging example, but when preparing your message:

$smsMessage = new \infobip\models\SMSRequest();
$smsMessage->senderAddress = SENDER_ADDRESS;
$smsMessage->address = DESTINATION_ADDRESS;
$smsMessage->message = 'Hello world';
$smsMessage->notifyURL = NOTIFY_URL;

When the delivery notification is pushed to your server as a HTTP POST request, you must process the body of the message with the following code:

$result = \infobip\SmsClient::unserializeDeliveryStatus();

// Process $result here, e.g. just save it to a file:
$f = fopen(FILE_NAME, 'w');
fwrite($f, "\n-------------------------------------\n");
fwrite($f, 'status: ' . $result->deliveryInfo->deliveryStatus . "\n") ;
fwrite($f, 'address: ' . $result->deliveryInfo->address . "\n");
fwrite($f, 'messageId: ' . $result->deliveryInfo->messageId . "\n");
fwrite($f, 'clientCorrelator: '. $result->deliveryInfo->clientCorrelator . "\n");
fwrite($f, 'callback data: ' . $result->callbackData . "\n");
fwrite($f, "\n-------------------------------------\n");
fclose($f);

Sending message with special characters example

If you want to send message with special characters, this is how you prepare your message:

$smsMessage = new \infobip\models\SMSRequest();
$smsMessage->senderAddress = SENDER_ADDRESS;
$smsMessage->address = DESTINATION_ADDRESS;
$smsMessage->message = MESSAGE_TEXT;

$language = new \infobip\models\Language();

//specific language code
$language->languageCode = LANGUAGE_CODE;

//use locking shift table for specific language ('false' or 'true') 
$language->useLockingShift = USE_LOCKING_SHIFT;

//use single shift table for specific language ('false' or 'true')
$language->useSingleShift = USE_SINGLE_SHIFT;

$smsMessage->language = $language;

Currently supported languages (with their language codes) are: Spanish - "SP", Portuguese - "PT", Turkish - "TR".

Number Context example

Initialize and login the data connection client:

$client = new \infobip\DataConnectionProfileClient(USERNAME, PASSWORD);

Retrieve the roaming status (Number Context):

$response = $client->retrieveRoamingStatus(DESTINATION_ADDRESS);
echo 'Number context result: \n<br>';
echo 'servingMccMnc: ', $response->servingMccMnc,'\n<br>';
echo 'address: ', $response->address,'\n<br>';
echo 'currentRoaming: ', $response->currentRoaming,'\n<br>';
echo 'resourceURL: ', $response->resourceURL,'\n<br>';
echo 'retrievalStatus: ', $response->retrievalStatus,'\n<br>';
echo 'callbackData: ', $response->callbackData,'\n<br>';
echo 'extendedData: ', $response->extendedData,'\n<br>';
echo 'IMSI: ', $response->extendedData->imsi,'\n<br>';
echo 'destinationAddres: ', $response->extendedData->destinationAddress,'\n<br>';
echo 'originalNetworkPrefix: ', $response->extendedData->originalNetworkPrefix,'\n<br>';
echo 'portedNetworkPrefix: ', $response->extendedData->portedNetworkPrefix,'\n<br>';

Number Context with notification push example

Similar to the previous example, but this time you must set the notification url where the result will be pushed:

$response = $client->retrieveRoamingStatus(DESTINATION_ADDRESS, NOTIFY_URL);
// if there is no error the query has been succesfully executed
if(!$response->isSuccess()) {
    echo 'Error:', $response->exception, "\n";
    infobip\utils\Logs::printLogs();
}

When the roaming status notification is pushed to your server as a HTTP POST request, you must process the body of the message with the following code:

$result = DataConnectionProfileClient::unserializeRoamingStatus();

// Process $result here, e.g. just save it to a file:
$f = fopen(FILE_NAME, 'w');
fwrite($f, "\n-------------------------------------\n");
fwrite($f, 'callbackData: ' . $result->callbackData . "\n") ;
fwrite($f, 'servingMccMnc: '. $result->terminalRoamingStatus->servingMccMnc . "\n") ;
fwrite($f, 'address: '. $result->terminalRoamingStatus->address . "\n") ;
fwrite($f, 'currentRoaming: ' . $result->terminalRoamingStatus->currentRoaming . "\n") ;
fwrite($f, 'resourceURL: ' . $result->terminalRoamingStatus->resourceURL . "\n") ;
fwrite($f, 'retrievalStatus: ' . $result->terminalRoamingStatus->retrievalStatus . "\n") ;
fwrite($f, 'terminalRoamingStatus callbackData: ' . $result->terminalRoamingStatus->callbackData . "\n") ;
fwrite($f, 'extendedData: ' . $result->terminalRoamingStatus->extendedData . "\n") ;
fwrite($f, 'IMSI: ', $response->extendedData->imsi,'\n');
fwrite($f, 'destinationAddress: ', $response->extendedData->destinationAddress,'\n');
fwrite($f, 'originalNetworkPrefix: ', $response->extendedData->originalNetworkPrefix,'\n');
fwrite($f, 'portedNetworkPrefix: ', $response->extendedData->portedNetworkPrefix,'\n');
fwrite($f, "\n-------------------------------------\n");
fclose($f);

Retrieve inbound messages example

With the existing sms client (see the basic messaging example to see how to start it):

$inboundMessages = $smsClient->retrieveInboundMessages();

foreach($inboundMessages->inboundSMSMessage as $message) {
    echo $message->dateTime;
    echo $message->destinationAddress;
    echo $message->messageId;
    echo $message->message;
    echo $message->resourceURL;
    echo $message->senderAddress;
}

Inbound message push example

The subscription to receive inbound messages can be set up on our site. When the inbound message notification is pushed to your server as a HTTP POST request, you must process the body of the message with the following code:

// returns a single message not array of messages
$inboundMessages = \infobip\SmsClient::unserializeInboundMessages();

// Process $inboundMessages here, e.g. just save it to a file:
$f = fopen(FILE_NAME, 'w');
fwrite($f, "\n-------------------------------------\n");
fwrite($f, 'dateTime: ' . $inboundMessages->dateTime . "\n");
fwrite($f, 'destinationAddress: '  . $inboundMessages->destinationAddress . "\n");
fwrite($f, 'messageId: '  . $inboundMessages->messageId . "\n");
fwrite($f, 'message: '  . $inboundMessages->message . "\n");
fwrite($f, 'resourceURL: '  . $inboundMessages->resourceURL . "\n");
fwrite($f, 'senderAddress: '  . $inboundMessages->senderAddress . "\n");

Social invites sms example

If you have Social Invites application registered and configured (tutorial), you can send invitations.

First initialize the social invites client using your username and password:

$socinv = new \infobip\SocialInviteClient(USERNAME, PASSWORD);

Prepare the social invitation:

$siReq = new \infobip\models\SocialInviteRequest();
$siReq->senderAddress = SENDER_ADDRESS;
$siReq->recipients = DESTINATION_ADDRESS;
$siReq->messageKey = SOCIAL_INVITES_MESSAGE_KEY;

Send the message:

$siResult = $socinv->sendInvite($siReq, SOCIAL_INVITES_APP_SECRET);

Later you can query for the delivery status of the social invite message:

// You can use $siResult->sendSmsResponse->bulkId as an argument here:
$smsMessageStatus = $smsClient->queryDeliveryStatus($siResult->sendSmsResponse->bulkId);
$deliveryStatus = $smsMessageStatus->deliveryInfo[0]->deliveryStatus;

echo 'Success:', $smsMessageStatus->isSuccess(), "\n";
echo 'Status:', $deliveryStatus, "\n";
if( ! $smsMessageStatus->isSuccess()) {
    echo 'Message id:', $smsMessageStatus->exception->messageId, "\n";
    echo 'Text:', $smsMessageStatus->exception->text, "\n";
    echo 'Variables:', $smsMessageStatus->exception->variables, "\n";
}

License

This library is licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0


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