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From: chaz:innocent at: 19-Aug-2001 10:31

>Can you trap exactly what you are sending, headers and all, and post what >you are sending?
That sounds like a reasonable request, however, at this moment, I'm not sure how to do that. Below is a document by the creator of the API. Maybe a more basic question is "how do I send and receive these xml messages using REBOL?" blogger.getUsersBlogs via XML-RPC By Evan Williams, 8/13/01 blogger.getUsersBlogs returns information about all the blogs a given user is a member of. Data is returned as an array of <struct>'s containing the ID (blogid), name (blogName), and URL (url) of each blog. URI All XML-RPC requests should go to the following URI: Note: This could (and, likely, will) change at some point! (Due warning will be given.) Parameters blogger.getUsersBlogs takes the following parameters. All are required: appkey (string): Unique identifier/passcode of the application sending the post. (See access info.) username (string): Login for the Blogger user who's blogs will be retrieved. password (string): Password for said username. Examples Here is an example of an XML-RPC call to blogger.getUsersBlogs: POST /api/RPC2 HTTP/1.0 User-Agent: Java.Net Wa-Wa 2.0 Host: Content-Type: text/xml Content-length: 515 <?xml version="1.0"?> <methodCall> <methodName>blogger.getUsersBlogs</methodName> <params> <param><value><string>C6CE3FFB3174106584CBB250C0B0519BF4E294</string></value
<param><value><string>ewilliams</string></value></param> <param><value><string>secret</string></value></param> </params> </methodCall> Here is an example methodResponse with no errors: HTTP/1.1 200 OK Connection: close Content-Length: 125 Content-Type: text/xml Date: Mon, 6 Aug 20001 19:55:08 GMT Server: Java.Net Wa-Wa/Linux <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?> <methodResponse> <params> <param> <value> <array> <data> <value> <struct> <member> <name>url</name> <value></value> </member> <member> <name>blogid</name> <value>2997323</value> </member> <member> <name>blogName</name> <value>Blogger Biz Dev</value> </member> </struct> </value> <value> <struct> <member> <name>url</name> <value></value> </member> <member> <name>blogid</name> <value>2723</value> </member> <member> <name>blogName</name> <value>Blogger News</value> </member> </struct> <value> <struct> <member> <name>url</name> <value></value> </member> <member> <name>blogid</name> <value>223723</value> </member> <member> <name>blogName</name> <value>RaftingBlog</value> </member> </struct> </value> </value> </data> </array> </value> </param> </params> </methodResponse> Errors Errors are returned as an XML-RPC <methodResponse> with a <fault> item, containing a <struct> with a faultCode and a faultString, as defined by the XML-RPC spec. Here an example response for an unsuccessful post. This error is due to a bad username/password combo: HTTP/1.1 200 OK Connection: close Content-Length: 225 Content-Type: text/xml Date: Mon, 6 Aug 20001 19:55:08 GMT Server: Java.Net Wa-Wa/Linux <?xml version="1.0"?> <methodResponse> <fault> <value> <struct> <member> <name>faultCode</name> <value><int>4</int></value> </member> <member> <name>faultString</name> <value><string>java.lang.Exception: java.lang.Exception: Error: User authentication failed: ewilliams</string></value> </member> </struct> </value> </fault> </methodResponse> At 09:09 AM 8/19/01 -0500, you wrote: