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Description: Demonstration File
Class: IMSP Client Classes
Deprecated classes for dealing with IMSP servers.
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Date: 20 years ago
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<?php session_start(); if (!$_SESSION["loggedin"]) { session_destroy(); header("Location: http://www.yourdomain.com/imspClient/login.html"); } require("cIMSPABook.php"); //remember, for our example the addressbook name is the same as the username $abookname = $_SESSION["username"]; ?> <html> <head> <title>Untitled</title> </head> <body> <TABLE Border=1> <?php //Recreate a new IMSPAddressBook object $imsp = new IMSPAddressBook(); //Login again with the user/pass stored in the session variables //Note: This is a simple example and contains no error handling for failure. $imsp->login($_SESSION["username"],$_SESSION["pass"]); /* Recieve an associative array of the requested entry. * Note that the name of the entry is passes in the query string so we get to it * with $_REQUEST["entry"] since it is recommended to keep register_globals = Off */ $name = $imsp->getAddressBookEntry($abookname,$_REQUEST["entry"]); //Logout of the IMSP server...NOT the PHP session. $imsp->logout(); //Build the table. while(list($key,$value) = each($name)) { echo("<TR><TD>$key</TD><TD>$value</TD></TR>\n"); } //Kill the PHP session since we are done. Note that this would normally be provided as a "logout" button //in out final application. session_destroy(); ?> </TABLE> </body> </html>