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php input is a readonly stream that allows you to read raw data from the request body. in the case of post requests, it is preferable to use php input instead of $_raw_post_data as it does not depend on special php.ini directives. moreover, for those cases where $_raw_post_data is 

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descrizione ¶. string _get_request_body ( void ). get the raw request body (e.g. post or put data). this function can not be used after _get_request_body_stream() if the request method was another than post. what is exaclty raw post data? answer: $_post can be said as and outcome after splitting the $_raw_post_data, php splits the raw post data and formats in the way we see it in the $_post for example: $_raw_post_data looks something like this key=value&key=value then $_post would look 

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an associative array of variables passed to the current script via the post method when using application/xwwwformurlencoded or multipart/formdata as the contenttype in the request. $_post_vars contains the same initial information, but is not a superglobal. (note that $_post_vars and  mai symphony. symphony provides request objects to access the internals of the requests. these objects have a getcontent method which you can use to access the string representation of the raw body. laravel, drupal, ezpublish and all php frameworks based on symphony use a similar mechanism.

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my recent work at mozilla has me creating an oauthlike authentication transaction between bugzilla and phabricator. this task has thrust me back into the world of php, a language i haven't touched much (since version ~.) outside of creating wordpress themes and plugins for this blog. coming back to  accepting a json request body¶. a common need when building a restful api is the ability to accept a json encoded entity from the request body. an example for such an api could be a blog post creation.

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déc. <?php; /; access the request; /; class _request {; additional headers not prefixed with _ in $_server superglobal /; var $add_headers = array('content_type', 'content_length');; /; construtor; retrieve body; param array additional headers to retrieve  all these settings are pretty well explained on the curl_setopt() page, but basically the idea is to set the request to be a post request, set the jsonencoded data to be the body, and then set the correct headers to describe that post body. the curlopt_returntransfer is purely so that the response 

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we can't send post fields, because we want to send json, not pretend to be a form (the merits of an api which accepts post requests with data in formformat is an interesting debate). instead, we create the correct json data, set that as the body of the post request, and also set the headers correctly so 

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