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How to enable SOAP PHP extension in Plesk?

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    Brian Finch

    I have not got an option of soap to tick

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    Ivan Postnikov

    Hello @Brian,

    SOAP is available out of the box for PHP versions provided by Plesk.

    As I can see from the screenshot, you are trying to enable SOAP for PHP provided by OS vendor. In such case, you should install SOAP on your own for instructions contact OS support.

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    Alex Bromberek

    i have SOAP Enabled but i keep getting this error

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    Bulat Tsydenov

    Hi Alex,

    Here are my suggestions:

    1. Choose the appropriate version of PHP (with SOAP enabled) for the domain and make sure that the correct version is applied at Domains - example.com - PHP Settings - View the phpinfo() page
    2. If your server is running CloudLinux, you may need to check PHP settings and modules under Domains - example.com - PHP Selector on the right sidebar

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