works in mono under Linux . At any rate, I think matt figured it out and is moving on.
it's like justchat_1 said, you need to run in full trust to make outbound calls.
turning this into a SOAP service won't help, it'll have the same problem.
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Update, its working and complete. Test it out below.
Use this form to create a session. Enter in your username and password (non MD5 for testing). It will return the user session hash. http://www.matthewslagle.com/test/Se...nSoap&tab=test
Then use this form to authenicate your session. Enter in your session hash and it will return a hash of your userid. This is the service that other webservices will call to authenicate the user's session. http://www.matthewslagle.com/test/Se...nd=SessionSoap
The create session service will only be accessible from the MP3car's website. We could have users sign up in their mp3car user control panel or even make a script that activated everyone. We only need the username (or user id) and password hash to generate a session.
When you create a session you get a session hash.... you then pass that session hash on to a web service and it needs some way of authenticating it -> the second link. It makes sure the session hash is valid and also tells the web service who you are without having to transmit any personally identifiable information (your just number to the service, not a username, password or any combination of the two).
combination of username + password to generate a unique session per user. This way, services can authenicate the user, get the user's id (mp3car forum id) all without storing the user's name and password.
Also, sessions can be remade by changing your mp3car password. Change your password, the session changes and the old one becomes stale.
Basically, the FE accessing the osdash services will store the session hash for later use. Or if the FE is using one of trip's clients, the client will store the session hash.