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This is a graphical XML-RPC debugger I knocked up, because I was developing a web service and couldn't find any way of manually calling XML-RPC methods to test things out with. The syntax is fairly simple - for a quick guide, see the user's guide. It's written in Java, so you'll need a runtime environment from java.sun.com.
If you're running under Windows, just download and double-click
on the JAR, and it should just run. If you're using *NIX, download
it and then, from the command line, execute
java -jar xmlrpc-debug-jumbo.jar (substitute
filename as appropriate).
For a look at the syntax for doing RPC calls, look at the user's guide.
I am grateful to Meridian Audio, whose logo appears above, for paying me while I worked on this project, and allowing me to release it to the public. Three cheers for clued-up employers! :)
© Meredydd Luff 2005
Released under the terms of the
GNU General Public License, v2.0