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Wednesday April 24, 2002
05:16 AM

SOAP Interface (Not) Broken, plus Camebones Question

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Is the SOAP interface to use.perl broken at the moment? I have been trying to use it to create a journal entry, but everytime the body of the entry comes up as just the word 'date'.

While this could be the universe trying to tell me I need to get out more, I am pretty certain that there is something wrong in the back end. Even using pudge's example script gives the same result as my program.

Oh, and while I am asking questions, does any know if it is possible to create an NSString object in camelbones? All my current attempts result in a scalar being returned, which is not what I need.

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  • It is working for me []. It was down for a week or less, but that was a week or more ago.
    • Finally fixed up my script to work. I was trying to add an entry using

      my $new_id  = $journal->add_entry( body     => 'this is a test again',
                                         subject  => 'this should not just be the word date')->result;

      when in reality, you have to have all the key-pairs in there

      my $new_id  = $journal->add_entry( body     => 'this is a t

      • I use add_entry($subject, $body). I don't recall if add_entry(subject => $subject, body => $body) works, though it should. I'll look into it.

        The nickname-uid interface has not yet been written; too many other things to do.