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<?php
namespace Psr\Http\Message;
/**
* Representation of an incoming, server-side HTTP request.
*
* Per the HTTP specification, this interface includes properties for
* each of the following:
*
* - Protocol version
* - HTTP method
* - URI
* - Headers
* - Message body
*
* Additionally, it encapsulates all data as it has arrived to the
* application from the CGI and/or PHP environment, including:
*
* - The values represented in $_SERVER.
* - Any cookies provided (generally via $_COOKIE)
* - Query string arguments (generally via $_GET, or as parsed via parse_str())
* - Upload files, if any (as represented by $_FILES)
* - Deserialized body parameters (generally from $_POST)
*
* $_SERVER values MUST be treated as immutable, as they represent application
* state at the time of request; as such, no methods are provided to allow
* modification of those values. The other values provide such methods, as they
* can be restored from $_SERVER or the request body, and may need treatment
* during the application (e.g., body parameters may be deserialized based on
* content type).
*
* Additionally, this interface recognizes the utility of introspecting a
* request to derive and match additional parameters (e.g., via URI path
* matching, decrypting cookie values, deserializing non-form-encoded body
* content, matching authorization headers to users, etc). These parameters
* are stored in an "attributes" property.
*
* Requests are considered immutable; all methods that might change state MUST
* be implemented such that they retain the internal state of the current
* message and return an instance that contains the changed state.
*/
interface ServerRequestInterface extends RequestInterface
{
/**
* Retrieve server parameters.
*
* Retrieves data related to the incoming request environment,
* typically derived from PHP's $_SERVER superglobal. The data IS NOT
* REQUIRED to originate from $_SERVER.
*
* @return array
*/
public function getServerParams();
/**
* Retrieve cookies.
*
* Retrieves cookies sent by the client to the server.
*
* The data MUST be compatible with the structure of the $_COOKIE
* superglobal.
*
* @return array
*/
public function getCookieParams();
/**
* Return an instance with the specified cookies.
*
* The data IS NOT REQUIRED to come from the $_COOKIE superglobal, but MUST
* be compatible with the structure of $_COOKIE. Typically, this data will
* be injected at instantiation.
*
* This method MUST NOT update the related Cookie header of the request
* instance, nor related values in the server params.
*
* This method MUST be implemented in such a way as to retain the
* immutability of the message, and MUST return an instance that has the
* updated cookie values.
*
* @param array $cookies Array of key/value pairs representing cookies.
* @return static
*/
public function withCookieParams(array $cookies);
/**
* Retrieve query string arguments.
*
* Retrieves the deserialized query string arguments, if any.
*
* Note: the query params might not be in sync with the URI or server
* params. If you need to ensure you are only getting the original
* values, you may need to parse the query string from `getUri()->getQuery()`
* or from the `QUERY_STRING` server param.
*
* @return array
*/
public function getQueryParams();
/**
* Return an instance with the specified query string arguments.
*
* These values SHOULD remain immutable over the course of the incoming
* request. They MAY be injected during instantiation, such as from PHP's
* $_GET superglobal, or MAY be derived from some other value such as the
* URI. In cases where the arguments are parsed from the URI, the data
* MUST be compatible with what PHP's parse_str() would return for
* purposes of how duplicate query parameters are handled, and how nested
* sets are handled.
*
* Setting query string arguments MUST NOT change the URI stored by the
* request, nor the values in the server params.
*
* This method MUST be implemented in such a way as to retain the
* immutability of the message, and MUST return an instance that has the
* updated query string arguments.
*
* @param array $query Array of query string arguments, typically from
* $_GET.
* @return static
*/
public function withQueryParams(array $query);
/**
* Retrieve normalized file upload data.
*
* This method returns upload metadata in a normalized tree, with each leaf
* an instance of Psr\Http\Message\UploadedFileInterface.
*
* These values MAY be prepared from $_FILES or the message body during
* instantiation, or MAY be injected via withUploadedFiles().
*
* @return array An array tree of UploadedFileInterface instances; an empty
* array MUST be returned if no data is present.
*/
public function getUploadedFiles();
/**
* Create a new instance with the specified uploaded files.
*
* This method MUST be implemented in such a way as to retain the
* immutability of the message, and MUST return an instance that has the
* updated body parameters.
*
* @param array $uploadedFiles An array tree of UploadedFileInterface instances.
* @return static
* @throws \InvalidArgumentException if an invalid structure is provided.
*/
public function withUploadedFiles(array $uploadedFiles);
/**
* Retrieve any parameters provided in the request body.
*
* If the request Content-Type is either application/x-www-form-urlencoded
* or multipart/form-data, and the request method is POST, this method MUST
* return the contents of $_POST.
*
* Otherwise, this method may return any results of deserializing
* the request body content; as parsing returns structured content, the
* potential types MUST be arrays or objects only. A null value indicates
* the absence of body content.
*
* @return null|array|object The deserialized body parameters, if any.
* These will typically be an array or object.
*/
public function getParsedBody();
/**
* Return an instance with the specified body parameters.
*
* These MAY be injected during instantiation.
*
* If the request Content-Type is either application/x-www-form-urlencoded
* or multipart/form-data, and the request method is POST, use this method
* ONLY to inject the contents of $_POST.
*
* The data IS NOT REQUIRED to come from $_POST, but MUST be the results of
* deserializing the request body content. Deserialization/parsing returns
* structured data, and, as such, this method ONLY accepts arrays or objects,
* or a null value if nothing was available to parse.
*
* As an example, if content negotiation determines that the request data
* is a JSON payload, this method could be used to create a request
* instance with the deserialized parameters.
*
* This method MUST be implemented in such a way as to retain the
* immutability of the message, and MUST return an instance that has the
* updated body parameters.
*
* @param null|array|object $data The deserialized body data. This will
* typically be in an array or object.
* @return static
* @throws \InvalidArgumentException if an unsupported argument type is
* provided.
*/
public function withParsedBody($data);
/**
* Retrieve attributes derived from the request.
*
* The request "attributes" may be used to allow injection of any
* parameters derived from the request: e.g., the results of path
* match operations; the results of decrypting cookies; the results of
* deserializing non-form-encoded message bodies; etc. Attributes
* will be application and request specific, and CAN be mutable.
*
* @return array Attributes derived from the request.
*/
public function getAttributes();
/**
* Retrieve a single derived request attribute.
*
* Retrieves a single derived request attribute as described in
* getAttributes(). If the attribute has not been previously set, returns
* the default value as provided.
*
* This method obviates the need for a hasAttribute() method, as it allows
* specifying a default value to return if the attribute is not found.
*
* @see getAttributes()
* @param string $name The attribute name.
* @param mixed $default Default value to return if the attribute does not exist.
* @return mixed
*/
public function getAttribute($name, $default = null);
/**
* Return an instance with the specified derived request attribute.
*
* This method allows setting a single derived request attribute as
* described in getAttributes().
*
* This method MUST be implemented in such a way as to retain the
* immutability of the message, and MUST return an instance that has the
* updated attribute.
*
* @see getAttributes()
* @param string $name The attribute name.
* @param mixed $value The value of the attribute.
* @return static
*/
public function withAttribute($name, $value);
/**
* Return an instance that removes the specified derived request attribute.
*
* This method allows removing a single derived request attribute as
* described in getAttributes().
*
* This method MUST be implemented in such a way as to retain the
* immutability of the message, and MUST return an instance that removes
* the attribute.
*
* @see getAttributes()
* @param string $name The attribute name.
* @return static
*/
public function withoutAttribute($name);
}