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en:documentation:plugin:webservice_plugin:how_to_use_webservice [2016/10/03 12:11]
Côme Chilliet [Fusiondirectory WebService]
en:documentation:plugin:webservice_plugin:how_to_use_webservice [2019/02/26 13:20]
Antoine Gallavardin [Fusiondirectory WebService]
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 FusionDirectory WebService plugin exposes a JSONRPC webservice you can use if you want to access LDAP content through FusionDirectory system (This way, you ensure that things like foreign keys are kept consistent, and you have a nicer API than the low-level LDAP one). FusionDirectory WebService plugin exposes a JSONRPC webservice you can use if you want to access LDAP content through FusionDirectory system (This way, you ensure that things like foreign keys are kept consistent, and you have a nicer API than the low-level LDAP one).
 It is a standard JSONRPC server served on HTTPS protocol (Note that you can allow HTTP in plugin configuration,​ but please avoid doing so except for testing purposes). It is a standard JSONRPC server served on HTTPS protocol (Note that you can allow HTTP in plugin configuration,​ but please avoid doing so except for testing purposes).
-The available methods are detailed here: http://​api.fusiondirectory.org/​classfdRPCService.html#​details+The available methods are detailed here: https://​api.fusiondirectory.org/​classfdRPCService.html#​details
  
 Basically you first need to call **login** to get a session ticket you’ll use in the other method calls you make. Basically you first need to call **login** to get a session ticket you’ll use in the other method calls you make.
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