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  • Update 2011-11-16 - Revision 24438 - Version ZF 1.11.x

    Chapter 61. Zend_Serializer

    61.1. Introduction

    Zend_Serializer provides an adapter based interface to simply generate storable representation of PHP types by different facilities, and recover.

    Example 61.1. Using Zend_Serializer dynamic interface

    To instantiate a serializer you should use the factory method with the name of the adapter:

    $serializer Zend_Serializer::factory('PhpSerialize');
    // Now $serializer is an instance of Zend_Serializer_Adapter_AdapterInterface,
    // specifically Zend_Serializer_Adapter_PhpSerialize

    try {
        
    $serialized $serializer->serialize($data);
        
    // now $serialized is a string

        
    $unserialized $serializer->unserialize($serialized);
        
    // now $data == $unserialized
    } catch (Zend_Serializer_Exception $e) {
        echo 
    $e;
    }

    The method serialize() generates a storable string. To regenerate this serialized data you can simply call the method unserialize().

    Any time an error is encountered serializing or unserializing, Zend_Serializer will throw a Zend_Serializer_Exception.

    To configure a given serializer adapter, you can optionally add an array or an instance of Zend_Config to the factory() or to the serialize() and unserialize() methods:

    $serializer Zend_Serializer::factory('Wddx', array(
        
    'comment' => 'serialized by Zend_Serializer',
    ));

    try {
        
    $serialized $serializer->serialize(
            
    $data,
            array(
    'comment' => 'change comment')
        );

        
    $unserialized $serializer->unserialize(
            
    $serialized,
            array(
    /* options for unserialize */)
        );
    } catch (
    Zend_Serializer_Exception $e) {
        echo 
    $e;
    }

    Options passed to the factory() are valid for the instantiated object. You can change these options using the setOption(s) method. To change one or more options only for a single call, pass them as the second argument to either the serialize() or unserialize() method.

    Example 61.2. Using the Zend_Serializer static interface

    You can register a specific serializer adapter as a default serialization adapter for use with Zend_Serializer. By default, the PhpSerialize adapter will be registered, but you can change this option using the setDefaultAdapter() static method.

    Zend_Serializer::setDefaultAdapter('PhpSerialize'$options);
    // or
    $serializer Zend_Serializer::factory('PhpSerialize'$options);
    Zend_Serializer::setDefaultAdapter($serializer);

    try {
        
    $serialized   Zend_Serializer::serialize($data$options);
        
    $unserialized Zend_Serializer::unserialize($serialized$options);
    } catch (
    Zend_Serializer_Exception $e) {
        echo 
    $e;
    }

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