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Looking at this more, I'm guessing more people use a 'loose collection' style... ?
Invoice::create([ 'CustomerRef'=>['value'=>58], 'Lines'=>,// etc ]);
and perhaps this wasn't/isn't a problem?
I was/am using code more like this...
$customerRef = new IPPReferenceType(); $customerRef->value = $qbCustomer->Id; $customerRef->name = $qbCustomer->FullyQualifiedName; $qbInvoice = new IPPInvoice(); $qbInvoice->CustomerRef = $customerRef; ... $qbInvoice->Lines = ; // multiple IPPLines there $quickbooks->Add($qbInvoice);
This is where I kept getting "CustomerRef is missing" errors, because the Add() call something that eventually gets down to a serializer - XML or JSON. The XML one never worked for me...
Trying to get property 'CustomLogger' of non-object in .../vendor/quickbooks/v3-php-sdk/src/Core/Http/Serialization/XmlObjectSerializer.php
When I discovered you could swap with ->useJson() it seemed to get much farther than that, and I got real 'error messages' back - I tried to dig in to the XmlObjectSerializer.php a bit more but... there's some magic going on there that I couldn't get past.
This was a problem for me on both PHP 7.4.20 and 8.0.6. The 'fix' I have works in both cases.
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I've seen others with the same error messages I was seeing yesterday
"CustomerRef is missing" from posting an Invoice object.
Using JSON, the serializer 'removeNullProperties' method was filtering out the "CustomerRef" key/value, because the value itself was not a 'recurrsiveArray' (typo there - wasn't sure if I should change that too?)
Added a test to validate/demonstrate what I need (and assume should be correct behavior).
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Existing removeNullProperties filtered out standard arrays, causing problems. Specifically, an $invoice object with $customerRef on it (with $customerRef['value']) was filtered out, causing "CustomerRef is missing" validation errors.
I added the count() check to ignore empty array values, which seems in spirit with the 'removeNull' intention.
Adding a test, based on the previously added testThatRemoveNullPropertiesLeavesNonNullValuesInPlace
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fix: removeNullProperties filtered out regular arrays Existing removeNullProperties filtered out standard arrays, causing problems. Specifically, an $invoice object with $customerRef on it (with $customerRef['value']) was filtered out, causing "CustomerRef is missing" validation errors. I added the count() check to ignore empty array values, which seems in spirit with the 'removeNull' intention. Adding a test, based on the previously added testThatRemoveNullPropertiesLeavesNonNullValuesInPlace
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Official PHP SDK for QuickBooks REST API v3.0: https://developer.intuit.com/
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