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php_user_filter::onCreate — Called when creating the filter
This method is called during instantiation of the filter class object. If your filter allocates or initializes any other resources (such as a buffer), this is the place to do it.
When your filter is first instantiated, and yourfilter->onCreate() is called, a number of properties will be available as shown in the table below.
|FilterClass->filtername||A string containing the name the filter was instantiated with. Filters may be registered under multiple names or under wildcards. Use this property to determine which name was used.|
|FilterClass->params|| The contents of the |
|FilterClass->stream|| The stream resource being filtered. Maybe available only during filter() calls when the closing parameter is set to |
This function has no parameters.
Your implementation of this method should return
FALSE on failure, or
TRUE on success.