Since XML-RPC is already built into Zope, you do not need to
work about that. You need however to write a java client to
access your ZOPE method. There is information and a JAVA
client on the xml-rpc site You can
find enough info to start with.


> Message: 3
> From: "Mayers, Philip J" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Subject: [Zope] XMLRPC accessing Zope DTML/SQL methods
> Date: Tue, 7 Nov 2000 19:49:54 -0000
> charset="iso-8859-1"
> I'm planning on using Zope as some middleware to an SQL database backend.
> Zope will implement the per-row ACL checking and such for the database
> application, and there are two clients - a simple web-based Zope frontend,
> and a larger standalone Java application. I'd like the Java app to
> communicate with Zope using XMLRPC, so that I can re-use the middleware
> portion, and take advantage of SSL'd HTTP, along with all the other bonuses
> such as not trusting the client :o)
> But: I'm having problems that indicate I don't understand how External
> Methods or the XMLRPC call support works.
> I have an SQL query method backed by a persistent DB connection. I want to
> call that method over XMLRPC remotely. How do I do that? Namely, how do I
> pass named arguments to the SQL method?
> Also, I did some simple External Method examples, and acquisition doesn't
> seem to work as advertised: This:
> def testf(self, REQUEST):
>         return self.index_html()
> Gives an error "standard_html_header not found". What's going on?
> Regards,
> Phil
> +----------------------------------+
> | Phil Mayers, Network Support     |
> | Centre for Computing Services    |
> | Imperial College                 |
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