avi at avimarcus.net
Sun Apr 22 21:38:23 MSD 2012
Not having touched it, it sounds like that means "change the URL that
future httpapi requests [for this channel?] go to." Give that a shot?
(Of note, unlike EVERY other dialplan app, lua, and other means of
controlling the dialplan, mod_httapi has security settings profiles,
limiting the permissions of what responses are possible. That means this
can be exposed to users and they can do all sorts of crazy things like pass
off who controls the script without (many) security concerns.)
On Sun, Apr 22, 2012 at 8:30 PM, Michael Collins <msc at freeswitch.org> wrote:
> This is a critical need. I have had very little time to tinker with httapi
> and I never actually got that far into building an app. We definitely need
> people to offer example applications with comments and a blog post/tutorial
> would be a godsend. I know of someone who is working on httapi for a
> commercial operation and when he's done I'm hoping to look at his work for
> some inspiration so that I can add more complete examples.
> If anyone has used mod_httapi and can answer Tom's question please do so.
> I'm sure he'll wikify the knowledge you present. :)
> On Sun, Apr 22, 2012 at 9:46 AM, Tom Parrott <tomp at tomp.co.uk> wrote:
>> Does anyone have a short guide or blog post on using the mod_httapi.
>> The wiki page is a bit sparse on details of how to actually use this new
>> module, and have not been able to make much progress with it.
>> One of my main questions is what is the "action" property of the work
>> element for.
>> The wiki says it "Change the new target url."
>> But what does that mean?
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