[development] applet requesting cache item - please help
metzlerd at metzlerd.com
Fri Sep 21 13:14:18 UTC 2007
Yes, some folks don't know, but if you put a callback item in
hook_menu for your module, and then have that function do direct
prints, rather than php calls, you can get a very similar affect.
Agreed its a matter of style, but I like this approach better than
bootstrapping drupal directly.
This is the way that most of the AJAX calls in drupal work.
On Sep 21, 2007, at 4:29 AM, Olatunde Sowobi wrote:
> Have you considered using a http request to a menu hook or xml rpc
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> Can anybody help me please - I've reviewed tonnes of documentation for
> days but cannot find the answer.
> I'm developing a module that displays a Java applet and at the same
> prepares data for the applet. This data is stored using cache_set().
> The applet then requests this data using a separate call... and my
> problem is -- in the program that provides this data to the applet,
> I do
> not know how can I connect to the database. I assume I need to include
> bootstrap.inc and a couple of other scripts, but all my experiments
> Can you please give me some hints as to what is the proper way to to
> this, or can you point me to a page or module that has employed this
> I really would not bother you if I could find it myself. I hope
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