Posted on November 10, 2012 Updated on October 6, 2016
Adobe Connect 9 adapter class, does not implement all functionality but this should give you a flying start.
This entry was posted in Random and tagged adobe connect, C#, GET, Parsing, POST, Uniform Resource Locator, WebRequest, XPath.
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There is an error to the line 254
line 254: query = query + “&first-name=” + firstName;
Thanks very much for your job
Fixed, thank you Joffrey.
There are a few updates!
GetGroupPrincipalId function must return like this:
“return Request(“principal-list”, “filter-like-name=” +
AddUserToBuiltInGroup function’s request query is wrong. “principal_id” must be “principal-id” and this query needs a new parameter “&is-member=true”. So new request query is:
“group-id=” + group_id +
“&principal-id=” + user_id + “&is-member=true”);
Thanks will make update as soon as possible.
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