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SDK for PHP Connection Guide

Last updated: 2023-12-20 16:02:45

    Supported Environments

    PHP 5.6.33 or above.
    Endpoint: tms.tencentcloudapi.com
    The API supports access from either a nearby region (at tms.tencentcloudapi.com) or a specified region (at tms.ap-guangzhou.tencentcloudapi.com for Guangzhou, for example).

    Installing SDK for PHP 3.0

    Installation through Composer is the recommended way to use the SDK for PHP. Composer is a dependency manager for PHP. For more information, visit Composer official website.
    Composer requires PHP 5.3.2+ and above, and openssl needs to be enabled.

    Step 1. Install Composer

    For Windows, go to Composer official website to download the installation package.
    For Unix, install it by running the following command on the command line:
    curl -sS https://getcomposer.org/installer | php
    sudo mv composer.phar /usr/local/bin/composer

    Step 2. Add a mirror source

    Users in the Chinese mainland can use a Tencent Cloud mirror source to speed up the download by running the following command in the opened command window:
    composer config -g repos.packagist composer

    Step 3. Add dependencies

    In the opened command window, run the command to install the SDK (in the specified location). For example, to install in the C:\\Users\\···> directory, open the command window at the specified location and run the following command:
    composer require tencentcloud/tencentcloud-sdk-php

    Step 4. Add references

    Add the following reference code in the code.
    This example is for reference only. Composer will generate a vendor directory in the project root directory, whose actual absolute path is /path/to/ (if you perform this operation in the project root directory, you can omit the absolute path).
    require '/path/to/vendor/autoload.php';

    Using SDK

    See the sample code below, which calls the TextModeration API. The region is configured as Guangzhou as an example and should be configured as needed.
    < ? php require_once 'vendor/autoload.php';
    use TencentCloud\\ Common\\ Credential;
    use TencentCloud\\ Common\\ Profile\\ ClientProfile;
    use TencentCloud\\ Common\\ Profile\\ HttpProfile;
    use TencentCloud\\ Common\\ Exception\\ TencentCloudSDKException;
    use TencentCloud\\ Tms\\ V20201229\\ TmsClient;
    use TencentCloud\\ Tms\\ V20201229\\ Models\\ TextModerationRequest;
    try {
    $cred = new Credential("SecretId", "SecretKey");
    $httpProfile = new HttpProfile();
    $httpProfile - > setEndpoint("tms.tencentcloudapi.com");
    $clientProfile = new ClientProfile();
    $clientProfile - > setHttpProfile($httpProfile);
    $client = new TmsClient($cred, "ap-guangzhou", $clientProfile);
    $req = new TextModerationRequest();
    $params = array();
    $req - > fromJsonString(json_encode($params));
    $resp = $client - > TextModeration($req);
    print_r($resp - > toJsonString());
    } catch (TencentCloudSDKException $e) {
    echo $e;
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