[Seaside] Seaside and Rest
sebastian at flowingconcept.com
Tue Feb 15 13:35:06 UTC 2011
tip: always maintain a copy of the script that brings you from A to B were:
A is a brand new laptop (where you can put a brand new pharo image) and
B is the latest code of your app running on it (including requisites)
for the rest don't worry, everybody is a noob at many many things (and a bit less noob at very very few things)
On Feb 15, 2011, at 11:21 AM, Olivier Auverlot wrote:
> Thanks for the responses The community is very friendly :) It's cool for a newbie as me.
> As I must use HTTPS for the connection to the REST services, I plan to use apache for the frontal webserver and Seaside/seaside-rest for the request processing.
> I work now on a prototype for the test of the solution. Today, i downloaded Pharo 1.1.1 and installed Seaside. I selected WAComancheAdaptor on the port 8080/tcp. That runs perfectly.
> In Montichello, I added a repository for seaside30addons and selected seaside-REST-core-pmm and seaside-test-Core. In the "test runner", I have 5 errors :
> WAMime TypeStubHandlerTest>>#testMultipleConentTypeRouting
> WAMime TypeStubHandlerTest>>#testSimpleAcceptRouting
> WAMime TypeStubHandlerTest>>#testSimpleConentTypeRouting
> Must I add another components ?
> Another little question : seaside-REST allows it to access to the DELETE and PUT commands of HTTP ?
> thanks for your help.
> Best regards
> Olivier ;-)
>> Take a look at the Seaside-REST code in http://www.squeaksource.com/Seaside30Addons.
>> With Seaside-REST you can switch cleanly back and forth between stateful and RESTful requests and of course use Seaside facilities for constructing your RESTful responses.
>> On 02/11/2011 05:36 AM, Olivier Auverlot wrote:
>>> For a new project, i need to make web services based into the Restful
>>> architecture.My program must read, write, modify and delete informations
>>> in a LDAP directory. I can do that with Perl... but i want to try to use
>>> Pharo and Seaside :)
>>> Someone has experience for this type of application ? How to manage the
>>> HTTP commands (PUT, GET, DELETE and POST) ? Thank you for your help.
>>> Best regards
>>> seaside mailing list
>>> seaside at lists.squeakfoundation.org
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