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Google Docs to Joomla 1.0.x with XML-RPC
Google Docs to Joomla 1.0.x with XML-RPC
Wednesday, 14 May 2008 05:38
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Hi. I am trying to post content to my Joomla 1.0.15 site using Google Docs and its support for the Movable Type API.

I installed 2.0.0 of the plug-in and am able to see the config screen for the Mambot as shown in your tutorial. However when I try to post with Google Docs I get \"unexpected error\" (index.php) or \"unexpected repsonse type\" (movabletype.php).

My Google Docs settings are below. I would really appreciate any help.

Thanks. Mike Smith ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ).

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Google Docs Settings

API: Movable Type API
URL: http://mysite.com/mambots/xmlrpc/index.php
(I have also tried movabletype.php and removing the \"mambots\" from the path)
User Name: admin
Password: ******
Blog ID/Title: {blank}

Mambots Settings

Folder: xmlrpc
Membot file: movabletype.php
Access Level: public
Published: yes
DB Encode: UTF-8 Unicode
Default Category: Services/General
Storage Path: images/stories/
Max Size: {blank}
File Type: jpg|jpeg|gif|png
Offset Time: 0
Time lab(sec): {blank}
Auto MetaDesc: Yes
Regex: [a-zA-Z]{2,15}
MaxLength(meta description): 30
Auto MetaKey: Yes
Word Num(meta key): 10
IP Address Restrict: No
AllowIP: {blank}
User Level: Publisher or higher
Special User: {blank}
Article of Creator Only: Yes
Allow Category: {blank}
Michael Smith
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2008/05/14
Re:Google Docs to Joomla 1.0.x with XML-RPC
Wednesday, 14 May 2008 10:56
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Hi,

Thank you for use.


API: Movable Type API
URL: http://mysite.com/mambots/xmlrpc/index.php
(I have also tried movabletype.php and removing the \"mambots\" from the path)

How to install.
1. unzip
2. upload xmlrpc folder to Joomla Root
3. install plugin
xmlrpc folder : Root/xmlrpc/index.php...
movabletype plugin : Root/mambots/xmlrpc/movabletype.php...

Mambots Settings
File Type: jpg|jpeg|gif|png

File Type : jpg,jpeg,gif,png
This is Comma Separated Value.

When an error occurs even if You change setting, please send the log of the blog editor.

Thanks you.
Joomler!
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2007/08/26
Re:Google Docs to Joomla 1.0.x with XML-RPC
Wednesday, 14 May 2008 22:46
1 votes
Thanks - these changes have allowed me to post successfully to a content item in a section and category.

One last problem - the text (both intro and main) are blank. I have tried changing a few settings but no luck.

You asked for the blog editor log but I am using Google Doc and it does not offer access to any editor logs.

Hope you can help.

Thanks very much. Mike.
Michael Smith
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2008/05/14
Re:Google Docs to Joomla 1.0.x with XML-RPC
Wednesday, 14 May 2008 23:39
1 votes
Hi again.

Based on other posts in this forum I tried Zoundry instead of Google Docs and it worked great. When I examined the Zoundry logs I found it has switched to Metaweblog API vs. Moveable Type API. So I tried switching to Metaweblog API in Google Docs and it worked - even though Google Docs reported an error, the content showed up in Joomla just fine.

Hope this helps.

PS - The content is showing up in \"Intro Text\" vs. \"Main Text\"...
Michael Smith
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2008/05/14
Re:Google Docs to Joomla 1.0.x with XML-RPC
Thursday, 15 May 2008 01:25
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Hi.

Another clue perhaps?

When I post to Joomla from Google Docs using Metaweblog, a fresh copy of the document is created, meaning I have to update the menus to pick up the new copy.

When I post using Zoundry the existing copy is updated which is what makes more sense.

Again Google Docs comes back with an error whereas Zoundry does not.

Thanks so much.

Mike.
Michael Smith
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2008/05/14
 
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