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SMIL media players often also provide a network interface based on [[wikipedia:SOAP|SOAP]] (historically short for "Simple Object Access Protocol").
 
SMIL media players often also provide a network interface based on [[wikipedia:SOAP|SOAP]] (historically short for "Simple Object Access Protocol").
  

Latest revision as of 17:26, 29 June 2017

Applicable device : IAdea XMP-3000 series

SMIL media players often also provide a network interface based on SOAP (historically short for "Simple Object Access Protocol").

SOAP Interfaces

A typical SOAP network API supports the following objects and methods from a digital signage media player:

Session

  • Login(): initiate a new command session
  • Logout(): end a command session

ContentManager

  • CreateObject(): upload a file into the media player
  • FindObjet(): enumerate files in the media player
  • RemoveResource(): delete a file in the media player

MediaControl

  • Play(): play a SMIL

Transport Authentication

The AdAPI uses HTTP Digest authentication to protect its transactions. The default user name is "admin" and password "" (empty string).

Related

Programming tools including the Visual Studio Express directly suports making SOAP calls from Windows. More information is available below.