* test - to illustrate the writing of a method
* This stub illustrates how to create a method file.
* Notice especially the 'namespace' declaration above. It should appear
* in all your scripts that support the method. The namespace name must
* be the same as the method name.
* The 'main' function must be in a file with the same name as the
* method and contain a function with the same name as the method.
* In this case the method is 'test'.
* This file must be in a sub-directory of the methods directory. The
* sub-directory must also have the method name as its name.
* Note also that method names are case-sensitive. 'Test' is NOT the
* same as 'test'.
* Notice also that on a Linux server you could have two methods
* 'Test' and 'test', but on a Windows server this is not possible
* since Windows will not you have sub-directories (or files) with the
* names 'Test' and 'test' in the same directory.
* It is a good idea, though not enforced, to give function and methods
* in your code a header like this one (See PHPDocumenter for more
* @param object $params- PHP encoded version of the 'params' property
* of the call request. Note that dates will
* arrive as strings
* @throws Exception Any error should be reported using throw.
* The server will catch it and format a
* JSON-RPC v2.0 compliant response to return to
* the client. Your error should report a
* message and a code number.
* Errors are more verbose when the server is in
* MaintenanceMode, giving the method name and
* the file and line number where the error
* @return object This should be a php object with properties
* for each of the items you wish to send to
* your client. Note that arrays with
* non-numeric keys will be returned as objects
* @version 0.1.1
* @author Chris Jeffries
* @copyright 2018 C G Jeffries
* @licence https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.en.html GPL, version 3
//Getting data from some other method
$methodResult = call_method($methodname, $params);
//Getting data back from a service
$serviceResult = call_service($servicename, $params);
throw new Exception("Error message", $errorCode);