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I am new to Magento and want to know how to write Rest web services with PHP. Please suggest me with any material or example with full explanation because i gone through many, but couldn't find a good one which is working. I can also say that i don't know how to execute that. please give me a full explanation with example. Thanks in advance :)

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There is a good solution using this library PHP.

Magento Client Library For PHP

Usage

XMLRPC

The following example returns a list of products with SKUs that start with "123":

use Magento\Client\Xmlrpc\MagentoXmlrpcClient;

$client = MagentoXmlrpcClient::factory(array(
    'base_url' => 'http://magentohost',
    'api_user' => 'api.user',
    'api_key'  => 'some.private.key',
));

$filters = array(
    'sku' => array('like' => '123%'),
);

$result = $client->call('catalog_product.list', array($filters));

REST

The following example returns a list of products:

use Magento\Client\Rest\MagentoRestClient;

$client = MagentoRestClient::factory(array(
    'base_url'        => 'http://magentohost',
    'consumer_key'    => 'abc123...',
    'consumer_secret' => 'def456...',
    'token'           => 'ghi789...',
    'token_secret'    => 'jkl012...',
));

$result = $client->get('/api/rest/products')->send()->json();
  • how can I display my API values as a table format. my post : magento.stackexchange.com/q/209734/57334 – zus Jan 18 '18 at 5:52
  • I am used to WooCommerce and Shopify where we only need a key and secret, how do we get tokens? – user2924019 Jan 23 at 17:31
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    You can use a software called Postman to do the first request just to get these tokens once. After that, you won't need to request again. – Rafael Corrêa Gomes Jan 23 at 17:42
  • @RafaelCorrêaGomes I just realised I've been watching your YouTube video about authentication. Do you know if I can use the same token forever? My system takes orders every 10 minutes and puts them into a WMS. Can I just use that same token? – user2924019 Jan 30 at 17:42
  • @user2924019 yes, the token can be used forever or until you invalidated it. – Rafael Corrêa Gomes Jan 30 at 20:33

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