Introduction

Introduction –

General introduction

XML-RPC is a format devised by Userland Software for achieving remote procedure call via XML. XML-RPC has its own web site, www.XmlRpc.com.

The most common implementations of XML-RPC available at the moment use HTTP as the transport. A list of implementations for other languages such as Perl and Python can be found on the www.xmlrpc.com.

This collection of PHP classes provides a framework for writing XML-RPC clients and servers in PHP.

Acknowledgements

This package has been orginially written by Edd Dumbill of Useful Information Company, so he deservers most of the credits. Apart from that following people have contributed to the initial codebase that is still being maintained by Edd:

Manifest - Files in the package

Server.php

the XML-RPC server class. include() this to get server functionality.

RPC.php

the XML-RPC client classes. include() this to get client functionality.

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