centos transmission-daemon edit web interface? - centos

https://help.ubuntu.com/community/TransmissionHowTo - i'am looking for this
Where is stored the web interaface of the transmission-daemon web interface, http://92.245.108.213:9091/transmission/web - when you go here,
is it possible to change it? where is it stored?

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SugarCRM invoking External Web Services simple examples

I have been trying to find some very,very simple exaple on how to implement invoking some external web service from Sugar CRM, all examples I found are Invoking SugarCRM,but without luck. One example, call some web service using a button and return only one value in some field. Does someone have such links or examples? I want to learn how to integrate with some external web services?
Thanks
This example helped me alot.
http://amusarra.github.io/Project/SugarCRM/REST/ClientApplication/HTMLSugarCRMRESTApplication.html
https://gist.github.com/amusarra/10076577
Here's a simple tool for doing this...
http://developers.sugarcrm.com/wordpress/2012/05/11/new-for-sugar-6-5-sugarhttpclient/
If you want something more advanced, you can leverage the Connections API to help out as well...
http://developers.sugarcrm.com/wordpress/2013/02/15/leveraging-the-connectors-api-for-storing-external-service-api-keys/

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I am building a website which is supposed to read ConfigItems of an OTRS system for maintenance purposes. So far I can find and use ConfigItems using the Webservice ConfigItem::ConfigItemGet and ConfigItem::ConfigItemSearch.
Sadly I am unable to find the option able to get all ConfigItems linked to a specific one. Is there an existing interface to query linked items or do I have to implement a new one?
Querys are sent from my angularjs website to a nodejs server which prepares the JSONs to interact with the OTRS 4.0.7 Rest interface. I don't need to change item in OTRS.
There is no web service available that returns the linked objects (either tickets or other CI's). It would be able to add this to Kernel/GenericInterface/Operation/ConfigItem/ConfigItemGet.pm but it's not there out of the box.

Is it possible to connect webservice programatically in ADF mobile 11.1.2.4?

I want to call some Web Services/REST services which has different URL which cannot been known during design time but known as they are in same structure. URL addresses could be obtain at run time.
I'm curious about is it possible to use web method such as that method with ADF mobile?
Not sure if you can change this with a programmatic way but :
https://blogs.oracle.com/mobile/entry/adf_mobile_configuration_service_usage
Or at design time:
https://blogs.oracle.com/shay/entry/updating_adf_web_service_data

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That is, an AdminConsole for programs to read?
I know that there is the wsadmin, but I don't know if it can be accessed as if it were a server. If so, how?
Thank you.
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wsadmin is a tool which is bundled with WAS and it allows everything you asked for. It can be used to administrate remote WAS, and it can be run as standalone program without WAS.
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The question regarding the Umbraco CMS:
I have to setup public access for particular document (a blog, for example) programmatically - using web services exposed by Umbraco (Document service, Member service, etc.). I suppose that services are suitable for CRUD operations only, but I am not sure, as they let setting document properties in a flexible way.
Does someone have any experience with this and can you help me implement this?
Thanks in advance.
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I'm guessing you want to return a bunch of data through JSON or XML, Umbraco base would be suitable http://umbraco.org/documentation/books/introduction-to-base

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