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I am trying to create a schedule using RESTful services. From the IBI doc I found the below
"http://localhost:8080/ibi_apps/rs?IBIRS_action=TEST" which gives a testing interface and in the under "put" When I pass the values for IBIRS_path and IBIRS_object I see the schedule getting created. Looks like in that TEST page there is hidden code that generates the schedule ID randomly. If I have to provide a custom screen to create a schedule on a HTML page I am confused on how to get the scheduleID logic.
Any ideas/direction greatly appreciated! I am using WF8105.
Thanks, RaoThis message has been edited. Last edited by: Rao D,
Posts: 104 | Location: Indianapolis | Registered: November 08, 2007
The schedule ID is generated by Report Caster. That ID should be part of the response XML when your create schedule is successful. You cannot influence what the final schedule ID will be. You should be able to use an XPath expression to retrieve the actual value.
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