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    Default SOAP request format, help needed

    Hi out there,

    for a university course I have to write a java client that extracts all calendar resources and all contacts of a specified user.
    I jumped into soap.txt but there are a few things that are not clear.
    - for getting the calendar resources I think SearchCalendarResourcesRequest is the right, but how would a sample conversation look like?
    - or can I use searchRequest for both?

    I assume that for recieving such things I have to authenticate first using
    <AuthRequest xmlns="urn:zimbraAdmin">
    <name>...</name>
    <password>...</password>
    </AuthRequest>
    but does this also work with a normal user like joe@example.com?

    Can anyone give me a hand in composing the requests as I currently have no access to zimbra to test it.
    So I have to write the client and hope that the requests are right and the responses are exactly as described in the document.

    i will appreciate any help and hints

    have a nice day
    bditaly


    Edit: i tried now the zmsoap console client with the verbose switch on to learn how a request has to be made. With SearchRequest I am able to search for mails, bot not for contacts.
    Is there a way that I can paste a request into a field and get the response?
    This would help me a lot in testing.
    Last edited by bditaly; 10-13-2008 at 09:19 AM.

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