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How should I check that and how should I install it?

I don't think phpinfo() can help, is that true?

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closed as off-topic by HopelessN00b Apr 9 '15 at 2:33

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SOAP is a php extension, so if it's correctly installed it will appear in phpinfo(). It looks like with DirectAdmin they have some custom scripts to rebuild apache/php. You would need to use those, and add --enable-soap to the PHP configure line.

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To check if SOAP is available you can use the following shell command:

 php -i | grep soap 
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