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RME device manipulation service

RME device manipulation service

RME device manipulation service

(OP)
Hello!

I am using a C# application to post to the RME deviceservicelist servlet... I am trying to follow the examples for this, but all I get in return are Error 500: Internal System Error.

So, a couple questions:

Which port should I be posting my XML request to?
Does the RME package require some sort of setup to let it listen for these requests to its servlets?

Thanks in advance for any help on this,
Don

RE: RME device manipulation service

Try looking on CCO for the RME DEE (Data Extraction Engine). I'm not coder, but this seems to have all the info on get info out of RME via XML.

RE: RME device manipulation service

(OP)
BigSpring,

Thanks for the reply... Do you know if there is any way to get community strings exported as well as IP/SNMP info?

Thanks in advance,
Don

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