limiting. The XML-RPC frontend provides the ability to execute a limited subset
of commands similar to those found in roundup-admin from remote machines.
+There are two ways to access the xmlrpc interface:
+ stand alone roundup-xmlrpc-server
+ access via the roundup server
+stand alone roundup-xmlrpc-server
-The Roundup XML-RPC server must be started before remote clients can access the
+The Roundup XML-RPC server must be started before remote clients can access the
tracker via XML-RPC. ``roundup-xmlrpc-server`` is installed in the scripts
directory alongside ``roundup-server`` and roundup-admin``. When invoked, the
location of the tracker instance must be specified.
The default port is ``8000``. An alternative port can be specified with the
+accessing via roundup server
+In addition to running a stand alone server described above, the
+xmlrpc service is available from the roundup HTTP server. Access it by
+sending text/xml data to the URL for the roundup tracker with the last
+component of the url set to 'xmlrpc'.
Note that the current ``roundup-xmlrpc-server`` implementation does not
+If you are accessing the interface via the roundup HTTP server, a url