Adding API Functions

Discussion in 'Developers' Forum' started by The Other Air Force, May 3, 2012.

  1. The Other Air Force

    The Other Air Force New Member

    Hi,
    I was wondering if it was possible to add a feature where I could place my own unique functions for the ISPConfig API.

    Code:
            public function dns_zone_get_all($session_id, $primary_id)
        {
                    global $app;
    
                    if(!$this->checkPerm($session_id, 'dns_zone_get')) {
                            $this->server->fault('permission_denied', 'You do not have the permissions to access this function.');
                            return false;
                    }
                    $sql = "SELECT origin FROM dns_soa WHERE xfer = 'linode'";
                    $all = $app->db->queryAllRecords($sql);
                    return $all;
            }
    Currently I have the above function added to the remoting.inc.php file, naturally everytime I update to a new version of ISPConfig my changes are lost. And due to the uniqueness of the SQL query, I doubt anyone else would want this added permanently to the ISPConfig API. Would it be possible to have a separate file for API functions that would be untouched by updates?
     
  2. till

    till Super Moderator

    The above function is a duplicate of existing function. To get all zones were xfer = linode, use this function call instead:

    $zones = $client->dns_zone_get($session_id, array('xfer' = 'linode'))
     
  3. The Other Air Force

    The Other Air Force New Member

    Only getting around to updating that now. Thanks for that, will make updates much easier.

    Anyone else looking at that example though, you need to have double quotes around 'xfer' = 'linode'.
     
  4. till

    till Super Moderator

    Singö quotes are fine. The difference between single and double quotes in PHP is that double quotes may contain variables that get replaces automatically, the above example does not contain any variables inside the strings, so single quotes are the right choice.

    The error in my example is the =, it has to be =>

    $zones = $client->dns_zone_get($session_id, array('xfer' => 'linode'));
     

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