Re: About querying bugs via LDAP
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Don Armstrong wrote:
> On Thu, 30 Aug 2007, Dario Minnucci (midget) wrote:
>> Does anybody here can answer a few questions about querying bugs using LDAP?
> You're actually better off using the SOAP interface.
I was told on the IRC at channel #debug, to take a look at
I'm currently playing a bit with SOAP.pm and trying to understand how it works.
Seems that has real-time access to the data source, and that's great.
>> Addition of a new field:
>> Is it possible to have a field a new field that provides the last modification
>> timestam. For instance: 'debbugsLastModified: 1188487383' or something similar?
> This is exposed by get_status
I'm still trying to figure out how to query the datasource to get records from a
given timestamp 'till now.
Is there any other available documentation/usage examples apart of the one under
Thanks a lot for your quick answer.
Dario Minnucci (a.k.a. midget)
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