Changes between Version 9 and Version 10 of actor-registry-interface

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11/23/11 15:23:49 (8 years ago)
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ibaldin (IP: 152.54.9.21)
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    99== XMLRPC Query Interface == 
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    11 The registry XMLRPC service resides on https://geni.renci.org:12443/registry/ (for secure operations) or http://geni.renci.org:12080/registry for unsecured operations. It uses a self-signed certificate with the following MD5 fingerprint: 
     11The registry XMLRPC service resides on https://geni.renci.org:12443/registry/ (for secure operations) or http://geni.renci.org:12080/registry/ for unsecured operations. It uses a self-signed certificate with the following MD5 fingerprint: 
    1212{{{ 
    1313Certificate fingerprint (MD5): 78:B6:1A:F0:6C:F8:C7:0F:C0:05:10:13:06:79:E0:AC 
    1414}}} 
    1515 
    16 Queriers can use either interface. The choice of secured of unsecured interface depends on whether the reply needs to be authoritative. In the case of secured interface the caller has the opportunity to validate the registry certificate and treat the answer as authoritative. 
     16Queriers can use either interface. The choice of secured or unsecured interface depends on whether the reply needs to be authoritative. In the case of secured interface the caller has the opportunity to validate the registry certificate and treat the answer as authoritative. 
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    1818Each XMLRPC method name must be prepended with 'registryService.' before executing. All query calls return some forms of a Map<String, Map<String, String>>, which is organized by actor GUID strings and each map entry has standard fields (with string names) containing actor information. 'essentialOnly' flag indicates whether you want to receive only the basic information about an actor (name, guid, location and certificate) or extended (including policy and control classes it uses, and full and abstracted resource information in NDL-OWL).