John Davidson

php - Class 'Automattic\WooCommerce\Client' not found

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Message:


I have a slight problem when trying to use woocommerce rest api.


I have next structure:


...../plugins/woocommerce/
save-parsed-products-ajax.php
vendor/
automattic/
WooCommerce/
HttpClient/...
Client.php
...
autoload.php

save-parsed-products-ajax.php


<?php

$consumer_key = 'here_is_my_key'; // here was my real valid consumer key
$consumer_secret = 'here_is_secret'; // here was my real consumer secret

require __DIR__ . '/vendor/autoload.php';

use Automattic\WooCommerce\Client;


$woocommerce = new Client(
'https://www.mywebsite.ru/', // here was my real website url
$consumer_key,
$consumer_secret,
[
'wp_api' => true,
'version' => 'wc/v3',
'query_string_auth' => true // Force Basic Authentication as query string true and using under HTTPS
]
);

print_r($woocommerce->get('products'));

?>

output


Fatal error: Uncaught Error: Class 'Automattic\WooCommerce\Client' not found in 
/var/www/u1111184/data/www/mywebsite.ru/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/save-parsed-products-
ajax.php:11
Stack trace: #0 {main} thrown in /var/www/u1111184/data/www/mywebsite.ru/wp-
content/plugins/woocommerce/save-parsed-products-ajax.php on line 11

I found this video that did same steps I did but my is not working. Could anyone help?



My Answer:
A class in PHP is a blueprint for creating objects. It defines the properties and methods that an object will have. Classes are used to organize code and create reusable components in object-oriented programming.

Here is an example of a simple class in PHP:

php
class Car {
public $make;
public $model;

public function __construct($make, $model) {
$this->make = $make;
$this->model = $model;
}

public function displayInfo() {
echo "This is a {$this->make} {$this->model}.";
}
}

$myCar = new Car("Toyota", "Corolla");
$myCar->displayInfo();


In this example, the `Car` class has two properties (`make` and `model`) and two methods (`__construct` and `displayInfo`). We create an object of the `Car` class called `$myCar` and pass in the make and model as arguments to the constructor. We then call the `displayInfo` method to output information about the car.

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