[ejabberd] xmlrpc compiled?

Liam ejabberd at networkimprov.net
Fri Jan 8 01:47:49 MSK 2010


>Also note that the Guide says [1]:
> If at least one restriction is defined, then the frontend expects that
> authentication information is provided when executing a command.
>
>That means you will have to provide auth of some Jabber account inside the
XMLRPC calls.

I don't see from the xmlrpc readme how to include authentication in an
xmlrpc call.

My xmlrpc text looks like:

<methodcall>
  <methodname>register</methodname>
  <params><param><value><struct>

<member><name>user</name><value><string>username</string></value></member>

<member><name>host</name><value><string>hostname</string></value></member>

<member><name>password</name><value><string>password</string></value></member>
</struct></value></param></params></methodcall>



On Mon, Jan 4, 2010 at 11:30 AM, Liam <ejabberd at networkimprov.net> wrote:

> It's disappointing that the xmlrpc components aren't distributed in a
> single, compiled package...
>
> Having installed the compiled erlang xmlrpc module, I see ejabberd_xmlrpc
> isn't distributed as a .beam... Any pointers to one? Or can I compile from
> WinXP command line?
>
> There's a bin (but no ebin) directory in my WinXP ejabberd directory...
> Same as ebin?
>
> I want ANY XMLRPC client to be able to use ONLY the register command... Is
> this the config for that:
>
>   {4560, ejabberd_xmlrpc, [{access_commands, [{all, [register], []}]}]},
>
>
> Liam
>
>
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