On Fri, Sep 03, 2004 at 06:35:28PM +0200, Michele Laghi wrote: > Hi Jason, > commonly you don't need to bother about the callback server. Normally as > a client you use the I_XmlBlasterAccess to access xmlBlaster. The > callback server will shutdown when invoking > I_XmlBlasterAccess.disconnect(). Ahah, I found it: The xmlrpc equivalent is authenticate.disconnect. That did the trick. I found this by doing some greps in the provided samples; where should I have looked in the manual to discover that I_XmlBlasterAccess.disconnect() equals authenticate.disconnect? I checked the xmlrpc interface description and it seemd to point only to the sub / unsub / update / ping / erase methods. Thanks, -Jason Martin -- Don't play stupid with me! I'm better at it. This message is PGP/MIME signed.
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