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Can anyone convert this simple java class into php?
Neil

it basically takes a error "-092832312"

and from that does a lookup returning a user friendly reason and prompt for what to do next.

Neil
public class FailReason {
 
 

  private String cause = null;

  private String action = null;
 

  public String getCause() { return this.cause; }

  public String getAction() { return this.action; }
 

  public FailReason(PaymentResponse paymentResponse) {

  

    int code;

    this.action = "";

    

    switch (code) {

		case -2147221303:

			this.cause = "Failed Denial of Service check.";

			this.action = "Please re-try in a few minutes.";

			break;

		case -2147221302:

			this.cause = "Payment Engine internal system error";

			this.action = "Please re-try in a few minutes.";

			break;

		case -2147221301:

			this.cause = "Payment Engine internal system error";

			this.action = "Please re-try in a few minutes.";

			break;	

    default:

      this.cause = "An unexpected error occurred.";

      break;

    }
 

  }
 

}

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by:hielo
ID: 21778934
Try:
public class FailReason {
 
 
  private $cause = null;
  private $action = null;
 
  public getCause() { return $this->cause; }
  public getAction() { return $this->action; }
 
  public FailReason($paymentResponse) {
  
    $code;
    $this->action = "";
    
    switch ($code) {
            case -2147221303:
                  $this->cause = "Failed Denial of Service check.";
                  $this->action = "Please re-try in a few minutes.";
                  break;
            case -2147221302:
                  $this->cause = "Payment Engine internal system error";
                  $this->action = "Please re-try in a few minutes.";
                  break;
            case -2147221301:
                  $this->cause = "Payment Engine internal system error";
                  $this->action = "Please re-try in a few minutes.";
                  break;      
    default:
      $this->cause = "An unexpected error occurred.";
      break;
    }
 
  }
 
}

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by:NeilT
ID: 21779022
Thanks

how would I go about calling this if I had an error number of "-2147221303"

I 'm guessing something like:
$fr = new FailReason("-2147221303")
$fr-cause = fr->getCause();
$fr-action= fr->getAction();

????

Neil
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by:hielo
ID: 21779291
Is your original Java class even working? How are you calling it? I see you have:
int code;
...
switch (code)...

but you are not initializing code anywhere, so I would expect it to always default.

>.how would I go about calling
$fr = new FailReason("-2147221303")
$fr_cause = $fr->getCause();
$fr_action= $fr->getAction();
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by:NeilT
ID: 21779343
Hi

Yes the java code works but I'm not a java chap, just muddling through. I'll try your suggestion above
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afzz earned 250 total points
ID: 21779345
Usage

$failreason = New FailReason(-2147221302);
$fr_cause = $failreason->getCause();
$fr_action = $failreason->getAction();
<?

class FailReason {

 

 

  var $cause = "";

  var $action = "";

  

  function getCause() { return $this->cause; }

  function getAction() { return $this->action; }

 

  function FailReason($code) {

  

 

    $this->action = "";

    

    switch ($code) {

                case -2147221303:

                        $this->cause = "Failed Denial of Service check.";

                        $this->action = "Please re-try in a few minutes.";

                        break;

                case -2147221302:

                        $this->cause = "Payment Engine internal system error";

                        $this->action = "Please re-try in a few minutes.";

                        break;

                case -2147221301:

                        $this->cause = "Payment Engine internal system error";

                        $this->action = "Please re-try in a few minutes.";

                        break;  

    default:

      $this->cause = "An unexpected error occurred.";

      break;

    }

 

  }

 

}
 
 
 
 
 

?>

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by:hielo
hielo earned 250 total points
ID: 21779495
From what you posted initially, you do not need $code at all; you just need:
switch ($paymentResponse)
public class FailReason {

 

 

  private $cause = null;

  private $action = null;

 

  public getCause() { return $this->cause; }

  public getAction() { return $this->action; }

 

  public FailReason($paymentResponse) {
 

    $this->action = "";

    

    switch ($paymentResponse) {

            case -2147221303:

                  $this->cause = "Failed Denial of Service check.";

                  $this->action = "Please re-try in a few minutes.";

                  break;

            case -2147221302:

                  $this->cause = "Payment Engine internal system error";

                  $this->action = "Please re-try in a few minutes.";

                  break;

            case -2147221301:

                  $this->cause = "Payment Engine internal system error";

                  $this->action = "Please re-try in a few minutes.";

                  break;      

    default:

      $this->cause = "An unexpected error occurred.";

      break;

    }

 

  }

 

}

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by:NeilT
ID: 31466927
Many thanks

Split points as hielo sorted the class and afzz showed my how I need to use it.

Regards
Neil
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