Examples for calling Bugzilla Web Services?

Clement Chan cchan at mvista.com
Fri Jan 4 19:39:29 UTC 2008


To connect to Bugzilla, Java applications must use XML::RPC. The most
challenging part of using Java XmlRpcClient is to support the Cookie for
maintaining a login session onto Bugzilla via the WebService API. There
are resources out on the web that hinted on how to do that. It needs the
3.x version of XmlRpcClient in order to override the HttpTransport class

- Clement 

On Fri, 2008-01-04 at 11:22 -0800, brandontkane at gmail.com wrote:
> Hi there,
> I'm looking at integrating some functionality into an application I've
> written to use some of the Bugzilla Web Services.  The application
> itself is a Java application.  I was just wondering if there are any
> examples or other resources I can use to help me get started with
> this?
> The Bugzilla docs list what services are available, but there isn't
> much on how to actually access them.
> Thanks in advance!
> Brandon
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