RE: web services and dealing with before_filter

You make them supply a user/password per request? Ouch.

What I would really like is a better way to handle before_filter’s
in my controllers within my ActionWebService::Base classes somehow.

Maybe there’s a way to accomplish what I want using the block form
of the web_service method, but I’m not seeing it.

Regards,

Dan

service. I have a method like User.authenticate?(user) which
you can use a token mechanism to check if he is a valid user

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It sounds a bit extreme, yes, but it’s not too intrusive actually. I
store the username/password before anything happens and then use it to
access the web service. The user doesn’t have to repeatedly enter data.

Berger, Daniel wrote:

Dan

     redirect_to :controller => "login", :action => "login"

http://localhost/webservice/api’, 3000)
looking for. That, or I’m just not “getting it”.

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