Monday, November 08, 2010 at 12:02 AM.


on pleaseNotify (url, adrcallback, adrdata = {
		<<7/23/01; 9:45:30 PM by JES
			<<The data table now supports both xmlRpcPath, and the more general rpcPath, used for both XML-RPC and for SOAP. This is for support for SOAP-based xmlStorageSystem implementations which have a request URI which is different from the value of the SOAPAction header.
	xmlStorageSystem.init ();
	local (params = {"notifyProcedure":"xmlStorageSystemClient.resourceChanged", "port":user.inetd.config.http.port, "path":"/RPC2", "protocol":"xml-rpc", "urllist":{url}});
	local (rpcPath);
	if defined (adrdata^.xmlRpcPath) {
		rpcPath = adrdata^.xmlRpcPath};
	if defined (adrdata^.rpcPath) {
		rpcPath = adrdata^.rpcPath};
	with adrdata^ {
		local (result = xml.rpc (server, port, "xmlStorageSystem.rssPleaseNotify", @params, rpcPath:rpcPath, fldebug:fldebug, protocol:protocol, soapAction:soapAction));
		if result.flerror {
			return (false)};
		user.xmlStorageSystem.pubSubCallbacks.[url] = adrcallback;
		return (true)}};
bundle { //test code
	pleaseNotify ("", @workspace.clockChanged);
	local (f = "c:\\program files\\radio userland\\www\\rss\\bogusTestFile.xml");
	file.writewholefile (f, ())} //it will be upstreamed by Radio

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