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Robrt (1414)

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Tuesday April 22, 2003
08:56 PM

Does this still work?

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Last time I tried the emacs/SOAP interface to use.perl it didn't work. Maybe it'll work this time?

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  • I had it working the first few times I tried it, but never again.
    It reads journal items okay, and tells me who a user is, but the post doesn't work.
    • Actually, it did :)
      • Hmm, so how did you get it to work? Or, perhaps, I should try it again... Maybe something wasn't set right for a while, and now it is? I guess I'll find out...
        • I use the SOAP interface to to post the majority of my journal entries. If it isn't working, I don't know about it ... :-)
          • Well, that's exactly what I've been trying to do. With no luck, though.
            I downloaded the use.perl.el file, and the xml.el and xml-rpc.el files. I load those in my init.el for xemacs.
            I've modified my use.perl.el so it points to the directory where my journal_client file sits, and I've made all the necessary symbolic links for its use.
            It worked the first day I tried it, but it hasn't worked since. Actually, it receives okay, but it won't post.
            I wonder how I could troubleshoot it.
            Oh well, glad it works
            • I don't use any such things with emacs. And it hasn't changed in many moons (since I wrote the code, I should know :-). Maybe your authentication is not working, I have no idea how you are authenticating. That would be the first place to look.