[development] Continued Services woes
victorkane at gmail.com
Sat Mar 5 08:04:14 UTC 2011
I've written several times over the years on how to use this module, the
last time using an application key that is only good from a given domain:
"Accessing a Drupal xmlrpc server using api key and session id from php - a
working example you can actually use":
<http://awebfactory.com.ar/node/434>The login service also works.
On Sat, Mar 5, 2011 at 1:32 AM, <jeff at ayendesigns.com> wrote:
> Blake, thanks very much for pointing me at these two examples. So, my first
> question is regarding the packaging of the parameters. In my case, there
> will be no authentication. How does that affect the creation of a hash,
> On 03/04/2011 06:42 PM, Blake Senftner wrote:
>> Here's some example code I posed at d.o showing how to communicate between
>> two Drupal 6 sites using Services 2.2 thru 2.4, & the XMLRPC server:
>> you'll want to examine the "send()" routine, which is used to call any
>> xmlrpc method. The example code uses the Drupal API, rather than cURL, as
>> you are attempting to use. However, the key logic you'll want to see is the
>> "send()" routine, which is the handling & packaging of the method arguments
>> before calling the remote method. Your code you show below is incorrect for
>> XMLRPC parameter packaging.
>> Additionally, as an aid for you to convert between the logic I give above
>> and your attempts to use cURL, I have another post at g.o showing how to
>> communicate with a Services 3.0 REST remote API - with two examples: one
>> using cURL and one using the Drupal API. Granted, my second example is for a
>> REST server in Services 3.0, but it demonstrates the cURL handling - you'll
>> just need to translate the first code example's packaging of the method
>> parameters for XMLRPC transport.
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