Hello all! I am creating an API library for Pownce in Ruby. It's hard because there is no documentation whatsoever, only the hard work done by those working on Python and ColdFusion versions. It is a pretty long file, so I've put it up on pastie (http://pastie.caboo.se/84428). The server check and login are working great and I'm sucessfully getting a token etc., but my problem comes starting with view_notes. The API must create a WSSE token to be sent along under the name 'auth'. I am creating my WSSE header in generate_wsse, and from all I can see it looks right. But, instead of my response's body being the notes, it's the following error with a 401 error: [code=]Unable to parse WSSE header: expected string or buffer[/code] Now, I don't know if this means that it's unable to parse the header because it didn't get sent, or it's invalid, or whatever else there may be. And so I appeal to you Ruby-ists, hoping that someone else has had this issue! Thanks, Michael B.
on 2007-08-02 22:49
on 2007-08-03 12:52
An update on the issue - @connection.post takes three paramaters, with the second being data, and the third (optional) being headers, which explains this issue, at least for now. The current issue is that I now get an EOF error, which is understandable because the header being sent looks something like: UsernameToken Username="michaelboutros", PasswordDigest="4/RlcNgcZyF0y/jDyEUxjSYCcJk= ", Nonce="38c7c9d3ef02d856d208d9da0fcf701b", Created="2007-08-03T03:38:27Z" The exact error: EOFError: end of file reached method sysread in protocol.rb at line 133 method rbuf_fill in protocol.rb at line 133 method timeout in timeout.rb at line 56 method timeout in timeout.rb at line 76 method rbuf_fill in protocol.rb at line 132 method readuntil in protocol.rb at line 116 method readline in protocol.rb at line 126 method read_status_line in http.rb at line 2017 method read_new in http.rb at line 2006 method request in http.rb at line 1047 method view_notes in pownce_clean.rb at line 61 at top level in pownce_clean.rb at line 69 Wow. As you can see, the PasswordDigest attribute in the WSSE header has a newline at the end of it. Adding .chomp! to the password digest eliminates the EOF error, but then I'm back to my "unable to parse error." My head is soon to explode, that's for sure.