The MockUnaryCall class is used to mock out the \Grpc\UnaryCall class (

The MockUnaryCall object is constructed with a response object, an optional deserialize
method, and an optional status. The response object and status are returned immediately from the
wait() method.

public __construct( $response, $deserialize = NULL, $status = NULL)
MockUnaryCall constructor.

    public Grpc\AbstractCall::cancel()
    Cancels the call.

    public Grpc\UnaryCall::getMetadata()

    • return mixed The metadata sent by the server
    public Grpc\AbstractCall::getPeer()

    • return string The URI of the endpoint
    public Grpc\AbstractCall::getTrailingMetadata()

    • return mixed The trailing metadata sent by the server
    public Grpc\AbstractCall::setCallCredentials( $call_credentials)
    Set the CallCredentials for the underlying Call.

      public Grpc\UnaryCall::start( $data, array $metadata = [], array $options = [])
      Start the call.

        public wait()
        Immediately return the preset response object and status.

        • return array The response object and status.
        protected Grpc\AbstractCall::$call

        • var Call
        protected Grpc\AbstractCall::$deserialize
        protected Grpc\AbstractCall::$metadata
        protected Grpc\AbstractCall::$trailing_metadata
        protected Grpc\AbstractCall::_deserializeResponse( $value)
        Deserialize a response value to an object.

        • return mixed The deserialized value
        protected Grpc\AbstractCall::_serializeMessage( $data)
        Serialize a message to the protobuf binary format.

        • return string The protobuf binary format
        protected deserializeMessage( $message, $deserialize)
        private $response
        private $status
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