jit.uldl troubles with authentication


    Feb 06 2009 | 5:43 pm
    Hello,
    I'm trying to use jit.uldl to retrieve .xml files from http://www.pachube.com/ and i got problems with the authentication key. The correct syntax is : |http://pachube.com/api/494.xml?key=ENTER_YOUR_PACHUBE_KEY_HERE| and it works well when typed in Firefox, but doesn't when i use a Max message [download http://www.pachube.com/api/494.xml?key=my-key-here] to the jit.uldl box.
    The server returns : Couldn't authenticate you
    And the Max Window :
    print: defaultdir C:/MaxMSP5/fe - all/fe - patches/ideas & experiments/weather print: dl_status 60 print: dl_status 320 print: dl_status 10 print: dl_status 11 print: dl_status 20 print: dl_status 21 print: dl_status 30 print: dl_status 31 print: dl_status 40 print: dl_status 41 print: dl_status 100 jit.uldl: could not create file print: dl_status 40 print: dl_status 41 print: download 0
    What's wrong ?
    f.e
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    • Feb 08 2009 | 10:30 am
    • Feb 09 2009 | 5:03 pm
      Try putting "matrix" on the end of you "download" message and hook your [jit.uldl] up to a [jit.textfile]. This works fine for me.
      lh
    • Feb 11 2009 | 9:41 am
    • Feb 11 2009 | 11:31 am
      Perhaps post the original patch you had and I'll have a look. How is the weather in Moscow today? =)
      lh
    • Feb 11 2009 | 6:59 pm
      That's odd, it works for me. Here's a very similar patch I've thrown together which works perfectly, let me know if it gives you problems. The other patch on the right shows you a way to grab the xml file details. Remember to hit the [loadmess]es once you've opened the file. I hope it helps.
      lh
    • Feb 11 2009 | 7:12 pm
    • Feb 11 2009 | 7:27 pm
      So it doesn't create the file at all? That is odd. Maybe it is some sort of problem with the windows version of the object? I wonder if anyone else can chip in and try out one of these patches and leave feedback. I'm on OSX 10.4.11 and Max 5.0.4 and no problems here. The curious thing is that the "matrix" version stored in [jit.textfile] does work for you. Have you tried saving the file to disc directly from the [jit.textfile] using "write" and then loading it into your [coll]?
      lh
    • Feb 11 2009 | 7:48 pm
      > probably if you would try with escapes? "C:/MaxMSP5/fe - all/fe - > patches/ideas & experiments/weather/494.xml" > there are spaces in the pathname.
      Or just get rid of the spaces in the path. That's the first thing I would try. Spaces always cause problems... I've learned to hate that freaking "Program Files" folder.
      Adam
    • Feb 12 2009 | 11:48 am
      No no no, i've been through that, the path syntax is correct, and it doesn't even work with c:/temp path, imagine the nightmare.
      @Luke : it works fine with jit.textfile, i can write to disk than read with toxine...
      f.e
      f.e chanfrault | aka | personal computer music > >>>>>> http://www.personal-computer-music.com > >>>>>> | film soundtracks, sound art, music |
      Adam Murray a écrit : >> probably if you would try with escapes? "C:/MaxMSP5/fe - all/fe - >> patches/ideas & experiments/weather/494.xml" >> there are spaces in the pathname. >> > > Or just get rid of the spaces in the path. That's the first thing I > would try. Spaces always cause problems... I've learned to hate that > freaking "Program Files" folder. > > Adam > >