I am using the deprecated XMLRPC service to export spaces. I can formulate and successfully execute a request for the exportSpace method with three String parameters:
but the method I need has a fourth parameter, which is boolean, specifying whether I want to export everything. When I try to add it like this:
I get a response saying that there's no method by that name with four String parametersparam is a string. The WSDL spec for the SOAP service method definition has the fourth parameter with a type attribute with the value"xsd:boolean", so I naïvely tried changing my param tag to add the attribute, without success.
I realize that this was a shot in the dark -- after all, this isn't a SOAP request -- but I haven't found anywhere how to specify a non-default type for a parameter in XMLRPC requests.
This should be easy, but I haven't found it anywhere.
Sorry; it was easy.
The answer is at http://xmlrpc.scripting.com/spec.html, which says that you surround the content of the value tag with a type-specifying tag. In my case:
Now, however, it says that there's no such method with three Strings and a boolean...
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