User:Dzonatas Sol/SNOW-375 WGET
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This page demonstrates a few methods to access the viewer data via the SNOW-375 patch. This is how client-side scripts can access the data, too. We use wget as a unix shell script example.
Use WGET to access viewer data with SNOW-375
Once you have the viewer compiled and started, go ahead and login.
- Access the "Advanced" menu
- Select "Debug Settings"
- Type in "InterfaceVerifySessionCookie"
- Make sure the settings is "false"
- Close the popup.
Once you do the above, you have disabled the session cookie. The session cookie acted as a basic security means to control connections to only allow a single session between the viewer and the script. We disabled it to make this demonstration easier.
At the shell script, you can now type:
- $ wget -nv -O- http://localhost:50140/ControlGroup
And the response should give you an LLSD output of the available variable control groups:
<llsd> <array> <string>SavedSettings</string> <string>SavedPerAccountSettings</string> </array> </llsd>
Here's example to get the your root folder UUID:
- $ wget -nv -O- http://localhost:50140/Inventory/Root
<llsd> <map> <key>ID</key> <uuid>88199409-7050-4484-bda7-b9f7f890c379</uuid> </map> </llsd>
We can see the LLSD format that represents ID=88199409-7050-4484-bda7-b9f7f890c379. Let's use that to get the contents of that inventory folder:
<llsd> <map> <key>Categories</key> <array /> <key>Items</key> <array> <uuid>111ec416-0888-7c64-013e-2d84d64205c2</uuid> </array> <key>Name</key> <string>LaserTech Pylon (Packaged)</string> <key>Type</key> <string /> </map> </llsd>
The example shows a category named "LaserTech Pylon (Packaged)" with an item with UUID "111ec416-0888-7c64-013e-2d84d64205c2" an empty array for sub-categories.