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{{Moodle_2.0}}Web services enable other systems to login to Moodle and perform operations.  
Web services enable other systems to login to Moodle and perform operations.  
 
  
== Documentation for Administrator ==
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== Documentation for administrators ==
 
* [[How to enable web services for ordinary users]]
 
* [[How to enable web services for ordinary users]]
 
* [[How to enable web services for an external system]]
 
* [[How to enable web services for an external system]]
  
== Documentation for User ==
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== User documentation ==
 
* [[How to get a security key]]
 
* [[How to get a security key]]
  
== Documentation for Developer ==
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== Developer documentation==
 
* [[Development:Creating a web service and a web service function]]
 
* [[Development:Creating a web service and a web service function]]
 
* [[Development:Creating a web service client]]
 
* [[Development:Creating a web service client]]
  
== Specification / Core development ==
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==See also==
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Specification / core development:
 
* [[Development:Web services]]
 
* [[Development:Web services]]
 
* [[Development:External services security]]
 
* [[Development:External services security]]
 
* [[Development:External services description]]
 
* [[Development:External services description]]
  
== Others implementations ==
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Other implementations:
 
* [[Web Services:OK Tech Web Services]]
 
* [[Web Services:OK Tech Web Services]]
  

Revision as of 11:06, 27 January 2011

Moodle 2.0

Web services enable other systems to login to Moodle and perform operations.


Documentation for administrators

User documentation

Developer documentation

See also

Specification / core development:

Other implementations: