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Re: XML RPC Frontier::Client...unknown RPC type?

by !1 (Hermit)
on Jan 31, 2005 at 06:14 UTC ( #426505=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to XML RPC Frontier::Client...unknown RPC type?

Sounds like a problem on their end. There is a function in php called htmlspecialchars. Perhaps it's time to submit a bug report?

If you're looking to fix it on your end you can either edit Frontier::Client's call method or create a proxy that filters the php error messages. A solution for the former looks something like this:

# in sub call replace # my $content = $response->content; # with this (my $content = $response->content) =~ s/.*?(?=<\?xml)//s;

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Re^2: XML RPC Frontier::Client...unknown RPC type?
by inblosam (Monk) on Jan 31, 2005 at 11:32 UTC
    I just submitted the error. I suppose that the error could be causing my client to just exit when it encounters that in the message???

    Any easy way to capture the debug text (shows up in the terminal so I could just get that, strip off the errors, etc)?

    Michael Jensen
      They fixed it! :) Glad it was their fault not mine. Thanks for the advice!

      Michael Jensen

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