I'm sure it's a bug, but it's furthermore a problem with the design
and purpose of Zend_Rest_Client itself. You should really just use
On Sat, Jun 19, 2010 at 4:19 PM, Matthias Frey <[hidden email]> wrote:
> I am trying to use Zend_Rest with the Flickr-API, wanting to use one of the
> "signed" method calls. These require the arguments to be in a certain order.
> This failed using Zend_Rest, I then dumped the Zend_Http_Client object, and
> found the property paramsGet , which I suppose is the array that holds the
> query parameters for the get-request.
> [paramsGet:protected] => Array
> [method] => flickr.auth.getToken
> [arg1] => e30c9490736794845e10a58753492239
> [api_key] => e30c9490736794845e10a58753492239
> [frob] => 72157624310932518-b0e116d497a3b043-49815721
> [api_sig] => b7b0042b0276668d6103829aca9abf97
> [rest] => 1
> It seems that
> - the order of the arguments is not contained,
> - an argument "arg1" is added for some reason
> - another argument "rest" is added
> Is there a reason for that ? Any thoughts whether this is a bug , or how to
> "turn it off" .
> Btw, I am using Zend_Rest like
> ... etc
> Thanks for your help.
> Regards, Matthias