solved Jamroom API Questions

Ken Rich
Ken Rich
@ken-rich
10 months ago
926 posts
My server guy wants to program some things utilizing the Jamroom API and has these questions:

It looks like the Jamroom API is the Proxima plugin? The documentation on the website states I use the basic auth with key as username and sessionid as password. Where do I get this sessionid?

Usually, API documentation has a list of endpoints and parameters, but I don’t see any of this on the website. The website mentioned a bridge plugin to map pages for example to API endpoints, but I don’t see this plugin on the installation.


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Ken Rich
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updated by @ken-rich: 11/25/23 09:50:19PM
brian
@brian
10 months ago
10,145 posts
Proxima is no longer supported but you can read about it here:

https://www.jamroom.net/proxima/documentation/contents

It's not a general purpose API for Jamroom.


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Brian Johnson
Founder and Lead Developer - Jamroom
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Ken Rich
Ken Rich
@ken-rich
10 months ago
926 posts
I don't see a bridge module as part of the Proxima installation even though it is mentioned in the documentation. I went to the marketplace to see if it was simply not installed but I can't find it or indeed any Proxima modules. Is Proxima even supported anymore?


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Ken Rich
indiegospel.net
Ken Rich
Ken Rich
@ken-rich
10 months ago
926 posts
I think we cross-posted. If it is no longer supported, how does one access API endpoints with Jamroom now?


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Ken Rich
indiegospel.net
brian
@brian
10 months ago
10,145 posts
Ken Rich:
I think we cross-posted. If it is no longer supported, how does one access API endpoints with Jamroom now?

Proxima was designed as a mobile backend as a service for users and objects - Jamroom has never had a "general purpose" API for all of Jamroom. So there are no API endpoints. Sorry about that!


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Brian Johnson
Founder and Lead Developer - Jamroom
https://www.jamroom.net
Ken Rich
Ken Rich
@ken-rich
10 months ago
926 posts
OK - thanks for clearing that up.

I believe that will inconvenience him to write in PHP, instead of Python, which he prefers.
But if that's the case, at least we have the facts now and can pick a direction - thanks.


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Ken Rich
indiegospel.net

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