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lostprophetpunk

Zend Framework Problem

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I have installed the Zend framework in xampp correctly, checked and re-checked the include path etc.

 

But when I try to run the following it comes up with an error...

Fatal error: Class 'Zend_Uri_Http' not found in C:\xampp\php\Zend\Gdata\App.php on line 643

 

The php involved with the 'index.php', the page the error is on, is below...

require_once 'Zend/Loader.php'; // the Zend dir must be in your include_path
Zend_Loader::loadClass('Zend_Gdata_YouTube');
$yt = new Zend_Gdata_YouTube();

Zend_Loader::loadClass('Zend_Gdata_AuthSub');
Zend_Loader::loadClass('Zend_Gdata_ClientLogin');

// Assuming that $yt is a valid Zend_Gdata_YouTube object
$yt->setMajorProtocolVersion(2);

function getAndPrintVideoFeed($location = Zend_Gdata_YouTube::VIDEO_URI)
{
  $yt = new Zend_Gdata_YouTube();
  // set the version to 2 to receive a version 2 feed of entries
  $yt->setMajorProtocolVersion(2);
  $videoFeed = $yt->getVideoFeed($location);
  printVideoFeed($videoFeed);
}

function printVideoFeed($videoFeed)
{
  $count = 1;
  foreach ($videoFeed as $videoEntry) {
    echo "Entry # " . $count . "\n";
    printVideoEntry($videoEntry);
    echo "\n";
    $count++;
  }
}

function printVideoEntry($videoEntry) 
{
  // the videoEntry object contains many helper functions
  // that access the underlying mediaGroup object
  echo 'Video: ' . $videoEntry->getVideoTitle() . "\n";
  echo 'Video ID: ' . $videoEntry->getVideoId() . "\n";
  echo 'Updated: ' . $videoEntry->getUpdated() . "\n";
  echo 'Description: ' . $videoEntry->getVideoDescription() . "\n";
  echo 'Category: ' . $videoEntry->getVideoCategory() . "\n";
  echo 'Tags: ' . implode(", ", $videoEntry->getVideoTags()) . "\n";
  echo 'Watch page: ' . $videoEntry->getVideoWatchPageUrl() . "\n";
  echo 'Flash Player Url: ' . $videoEntry->getFlashPlayerUrl() . "\n";
  echo 'Duration: ' . $videoEntry->getVideoDuration() . "\n";
  echo 'View count: ' . $videoEntry->getVideoViewCount() . "\n";
  echo 'Rating: ' . $videoEntry->getVideoRatingInfo() . "\n";
  echo 'Geo Location: ' . $videoEntry->getVideoGeoLocation() . "\n";
  echo 'Recorded on: ' . $videoEntry->getVideoRecorded() . "\n";
  
  // see the paragraph above this function for more information on the 
  // 'mediaGroup' object. in the following code, we use the mediaGroup
  // object directly to retrieve its 'Mobile RSTP link' child
  foreach ($videoEntry->mediaGroup->content as $content) {
    if ($content->type === "video/3gpp") {
      echo 'Mobile RTSP link: ' . $content->url . "\n";
    }
  }
  
  echo "Thumbnails:\n";
  $videoThumbnails = $videoEntry->getVideoThumbnails();

  foreach($videoThumbnails as $videoThumbnail) {
    echo $videoThumbnail['time'] . ' - ' . $videoThumbnail['url'];
    echo ' height=' . $videoThumbnail['height'];
    echo ' width=' . $videoThumbnail['width'] . "\n";
  }
}

function getAndPrintUserUploads($userName)                    
{     
  $yt = new Zend_Gdata_YouTube();
  $yt->setMajorProtocolVersion(2);
  printVideoFeed($yt->getuserUploads($userName));
} 

$meh = getAndPrintVideoFeed("http://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/users/kermitcasson/uploads");

echo $meh;

 

I have tried surfing the net for a solution, and found nothing.

 

If anyone could help, thanks in advance.

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I cannot provide you a proper answer but I would go for the Zend server instead of mixing Apache PHP + Zend. Zend server provides you the same as an usual framework so you don't need to install extra the xampp. Otherwise, try to check any tutorial or youtube.

 

Good luck!

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You're not using an autoloader so you'll have to load stuff manually, try loading Zend_Uri_Http

Zend_Loader::loadClass('Zend_Uri_Http');

 

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You're not using an autoloader so you'll have to load stuff manually, try loading Zend_Uri_Http

Zend_Loader::loadClass('Zend_Uri_Http');

 

The use of the Autoloader is encouraged.

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