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hw_insertobject — Inserts a new object of any kind into the server document hierarchy.


int hw_insertobject(hw_link, object_rec, parameters);
resource hw_link: Connection ID to Hyperwave server
string object_rec: Object record of the new object
string parameters: Parameters describing the new object


Object ID of the new object on success; FALSE on failure


This function can be used to insert a new object of any valid Hyperwave object type into the Hyperwave document hierarchy. The object_rec parameter gives the attributes of the new object, and parameters gives extra information about the new object, such as where in the hierarchy to place it. The format for parameters is the same as that of an object record: a newline-delimited list of <key>=<value>pairs.


PHP 3 since 3.0.3, PHP 4


Example 511. Insert a new object

$obj_rec = "Type=Document\nDocumentType=text\nMimeType=text/plain\nTitle=en:Object Insertion Test";
$params = "Parent=0x2\nContent=This is the content of my new object";
if (($obj_id = hw_insertobject($hw_link, $obj_rec, $params)) === FALSE) {
    echo "Could not insert new object; reason: " . hw_errormsg($hw_link) . "\n";
} else {
    echo "New object created with ID '$obj_id'.\n";

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