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    I have already contacted the author, in the forum of his site

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    Quote Originally Posted by shenhaoyucn View Post
    ok, i have modified the xmlrpc client of atomic, now it works with Ext2
    xmlrpc.js
    Does someone still has that file somewhere since the link gives me just this:
    HTTP Error: 403 Forbidden Detail: The server understood the request, but is refusing to fulfill it. Authorization will not help and the request SHOULD NOT be repeated.

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    the link is ok now

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    Quote Originally Posted by shenhaoyucn View Post
    the link is ok now
    Great thanks, but .... isn't it supposed to be a JS file instead of a PHP one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shenhaoyucn View Post
    ok, i have modified the xmlrpc client of atomic, now it works with Ext2
    xmlrpc.js
    This file does not exist anymore.

    Does anyone have the newest version of @tomic XMLRPC for ExtJS 2.2 ? Or can anyone else recommend a easy to use framework for XMLRPC and ExtJS?

    Thanks.
    German EXT-User and -Lover :-).

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    If anyone still has the source code to this could you attach it? All links appear to be dead.

    Cheers,
    Dan