Monday, November 08, 2010 at 12:01 AM.


on getMyBuckets (adrtable) {
		<<4/8/06; 4:58:41 PM by DW
			<<Created. Return a table containing all my buckets. Apparently there's a limit of 100 per user. 
			<<Note to Les. Tables are easier to work with in Frontier, and are much more efficient than lists and records. 
	local (resp, i);
	s3.init ();
	resp = s3.httpClient (method:"GET", resource:"/");
	<<scratchpad.resp = resp
	local (adrresult = xml.getAddress (@resp.xstruct, "ListAllMyBucketsResult"));
	local (adrbuckets = xml.getAddress (adrresult, "Buckets"));
	new (tabletype, adrtable);
	for i = 1 to sizeof (adrbuckets^) {
		local (adrsub = @adrbuckets^ [i]);
		local (name = string.nthfield (nameof (adrsub^), "\t", 2));
		if name == "Bucket" {
			local (bucketname = xml.getvalue (adrsub, "Name"));
			local (bucketval = xml.getvalue (adrsub, "CreationDate"));
			adrtable^.[bucketname] = date.iso8601StringToDate (bucketval)}};
	return (true)};
bundle { //test code
	getMyBuckets (@scratchpad.myBuckets)}

This listing is for code that runs in the OPML Editor environment. I created these listings because I wanted the search engines to index it, so that when I want to look up something in my codebase I don't have to use the much slower search functionality in my object database. Dave Winer.