[Rt-devel] Create/Edit Ticket via HTTP and REST

Drew Taylor taylor.andrew.j at gmail.com
Thu Oct 2 17:20:19 EDT 2008

On Thu, Oct 2, 2008 at 2:38 PM, Frank F. Smith <ffs1 at cornell.edu> wrote:
>> Drew Taylor wrote:
>> Take a look at RT::Client::REST on CPAN. It should hide most of the
>> complexity for you. I'm currently using it in product with excellent
>> results.
> I'd looked at the documentation for RT::Client::REST on CPAN, which seemed
> mostly useful for programming in Perl. But perhaps I can dive into the Perl
> code itself. Or maybe investigate Perl.Net as a way to call into Perl from
> C#.

Doh. Sorry I overlooked the part about doing it in C#. Between the
REST docs you mentioned on the wiki and the perl code I would imagine
you should be able to figure it out. What I do remember is that the
content POSTed is called a "form". IITC it is colon delimited key =>
value pairs, like "Subject: foo\nCF-Whatever: bar\n". If you do
reverse engineer things, I know the community would be most
appreciative if you updated the wiki page while you were at it. :-)

Hope this helps.

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