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PatrolServer PHP SDK

The PHP SDK provides a stable interface to implement PatrolServer functionality in your own applications. You can signup for a PatrolServer account at https://patrolserver.com. For a more in-depth explanation on how webhooks work, check out the blog post covering the introduction of PatrolServer's webhooks at https://blog.patrolserver.com/2015/10/15/introducting-webhooks/.

Requirements

PHP 5.3.3 and later.

Composer

You can install the SDK via Composer. Add the following rules to your composer.json.

{
  "require": {
    "patrolserver/patrolsdk-php": "1.*"
  }
}

Next, install the composer packages with:

composer install

In order to use the SDK, use Composer's autoload:

require_once('vendor/autoload.php');

If you do not want to install the SDK with Composer, you can download the latest version here and require init.php in the lib folder.

Usage

// Use the Singleton or create a separate PatrolSdk\Patrol object
use PatrolSdk\Singleton as Patrol;

Patrol::setApiKey('194786f61ea856b6468c0c41fa0d4bdb');
Patrol::setApiSecret('D6360a34e730ae96d74f545a286bfb01468cd01bb191eed49d9e421c2e56f958');

Patrol::webhook('webhook.scan_finished', function ($event) {
	$server_id = $event['server_id'];

	if ($server_id) {
		// Get the Server object from the server_id
		$server = Patrol::server($server_id);
		
		// Get the installed software
		$software = $server->allSoftware();
	}
});

Documentation

See https://api.patrolserver.com/ for the latest documentation.

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