Hello. My name is Michael. I can help you with your question. Can you please put the code somewhere that I can download it? Also, any additional information that you have which you can provide would be helpful.
The first thing I can see is that the page being requested - opcinc.com\OPCHome\Nuance\nmdpAsrHttpClient-public.php doesn't exist.
I can assure you, page does not exist. I just tried again.
I think the difference is that you are using a different folder locally that includes "OPCHome". That's the path that's not finding.
It looks like you have not yet provided rating on my answer, Which allows me to be paid for my time. I would appreciate a moment of your time to rate my level of service using the okay, good, or excellent rating icons. It will not affect our ability to communicate.
That page is working. It is the page in the error - the one it is trying to call locally from your system - that isn't working.
If it does exist locally, then the PECL extensions are not installed correctly, or the correct version is not installed. This is where the HttpRequest class comes from.
That is what I am doing. If you are asking for me to work on it remotely, I can send you an offer for that. Please be specific about what else I can do for you. "Helping" and "Doing" are very different things. I'll be happy to assume either role, but I need you to be clear on what you expect. You've already mentioned that you may not rate my service, which would mean I would not be paid for time already invested. I've told you what the problem is - if there is more you need, please let me know what that is.
No, there is not. But if you tell me what more you need, I'll be happy to help. I just want to understand exactly what you need so I can provide it.
Vernon, I can do work remotely, but I suspect if your client isn't using it, then that might night be cost effective for you - it would run a minimum of $100/hour.
When I suggest a PECL extension - what I mean is that if you are using PHP extensions, then you probably don't have the latest version of one of them. Do you know what PHP extensions you have installed? For a windows environment, you may be able to simply load the DLL by downloading it and then including a line in your php.ini file by using the syntax "extension=php_extname.dll"