Jesse Vincent wrote:
There is a REST interface and a corresponding Perl module (though that
might be a bit outdated with 3.8).
I’m using RT::Client::REST against 3.8.2 just fine.
I’m also right now working on a ruby class that does essentially the same thing.
Using RT::Client::REST (or my ruby class when its finished) it should not be
hard to wrap the whole API in an XML-RPC service, or something similar, if you
really wanted to. Though the wisdom of making a web service that accesses
another web service would definitely be questioned. I suppose its likely that
if you are using, say, classic ASP, that XML-RPC access to RT::Client::REST
might be a far shade easier to code than re-writing RT::Client::REST in ASP.
If I can get permission to open source my ruby class, I will.
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