I have mantis deployed over windows xp server. If you let me know how to check it, I will do ASAP.
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Robert Munteanu <email@example.com> escribió:
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The API will remain unchanged after I get this change merged. I'd be
interested to know if - to your knowledge - the platforms where you
deploy MantisBT have access to the php soap extension.
If you don't, that's fine :-)
On Sun, Nov 4, 2012 at 3:15 AM, Raul Luna <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hello Robert:
> I am developing in Java, accessing Mantis services through SOAP. If the new
> technology will have an easy integration with Java, for me it's okay.
> Enviado desde la nevera // Sent from the fridge
> Raul Luna Rodríguez
> De: Robert Munteanu <email@example.com>
> Para: "firstname.lastname@example.org"
> <email@example.com>; developer discussions
> Enviado: Jueves, 1 de noviembre, 2012 9:36 P.M.
> Asunto: [Mantisbt-soap-dev] MantisBT 1.2.13 planned change - add support for
> php5 native soap extension
> (Sorry for the cross-post, I would like to reach a wide audience )
> I've been working on refreshing the backend of our SOAP API. The API,
> while reasonably featureful and well working, is based on nusoap. This
> poses a maintenance burden on us ( see for instance 0014157: Array to
> string conversion error on soap request with PHP 5.4  which
> requires to make changes again to support newer PHP versions ) and
> also brings performance problems ( see 0014672: Slow performance of
> SOAP calls due to nusuoap  ) .
> I have worked towards getting MantisBT to support both the php5 native
> soap extension and the nusoap library. The code is now available at my
> github fork . There is a configuration setting which allows the
> administrator to control which backend is used.
> I have the following plan:
> 1. After 1.2.12 is released, merge the code into master and
> master-1.2.x . The configuration setting defaults to using nusoap . At
> this point I would encourage SOAP API users to give it a test.
> 2. After 1.2.13 is released, switch the configuration setting to
> default to the soap extension.
> Depending on user feedback, I would like to remove nusoap completely.
> I'm interested in two things
> 1. What is your opinion about the above plan? I'm interested in
> developers and users alike
> 2. If you use the SOAP API, are you able to use the php5 native soap
> extension if we remove support for using nusoap?
> : http://www.mantisbt.org/bugs/view.php?id=14157
> : http://www.mantisbt.org/bugs/view.php?id=14672
> : https://github.com/rombert/mantisbt/tree/14871-soap-extension
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