Bugzilla Webservices API

Clement Chan cchan at mvista.com
Thu Jan 3 01:42:14 UTC 2008


It is nice to see more people helping out with the Web Service API, I
recently created a Java XmlRpcClient to support a CRM application. It
uses the WebService API to create bugs and search for bug status. If you
want to get familiar with the search() an find() API. You may take a
look at 


The lastest patch.diff also contains the changes. Please try it out, the
patch may already have some features that you need.

- Clement 

On Sat, 2007-12-29 at 09:18 -0800, ahdevans at gmail.com wrote:
> I was looking through a thread from October:
> http://groups.google.com/group/mozilla.dev.apps.bugzilla/browse_thread/thread/ec6ae302c336e6a3
> I'd like to see the webservices improved as well.
> I'd also like to see searches.  The most valuable web service for me
> would be getting a filtered list of bugs back from the webservice.
> I haven't touched bugzilla code, but I'm willing to help however I
> can.  Who do I talk to?
> aaron _at_ one-shore.com
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