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Re: [xmlblaster] question about xmlrpc subscribe
Joan M. Carroll wrote:
I am trying to clean up some work I have been doing
on a xmlBlaster-based php app/page (based upon the
php demo released in july).
I have a couple of questions (one at a time though...)
When I 'subscribe', the response packet comes back with
a null value. (which i have been happy to term 'success':-)
i was expecting to get back a subscriptionID. in fact,
i would really like to have a subscription id (would sure
help when i try to un-subscribe later)
i am subscribing by key oid. everything else about
the subscription works (i.e. session owner starts to
receive specific 'update's etc). i have also noticed that
*some* raw update packets contain a subscription id ...
i know that it is now possible to force a subscriptionID,
but is there something special i should be doing to
ensure that i can get one (generated by xmlBlaster,
without forcing it?)
thank you in advance
p.s. code snippet: (will look familiar;)
$rpcmsg = new xmlrpcmsg( "xmlBlaster.subscribe", array( new xmlrpcval($this->sessionId(), "string" ) ,new xmlrpcval($key, "string" ) , new xmlrpcval($qos, "string")) );
sample data values:
$sessionId = string(54) "sessionId:188.8.131.52-null-1037331300897-270386521-6"
$key = string(44) "<key oid='stuff' contentMime='text/plain' />"
$qos = string(35) "<qos><sender>guestkh</sender></qos>"
sorry, i have no idea how this can happen.
Can you provide a little Java client reproducing this,
it would be nice to add this case to our testsuite and than fix it.