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Most of the time, the client application will retrieve the key (token) for a user. However, it is still possible for a user to view the key and to regenerate it.
 
Most of the time, the client application will retrieve the key (token) for a user. However, it is still possible for a user to view the key and to regenerate it.
 
* [[Security keys|How to obtain a security key (token)]]
 
* [[Security keys|How to obtain a security key (token)]]
 
== Developer documentation==
 
The full API can be founnd on any Moodle sites under ''' Administration block > Plugins > Web services > API Documentation'''.
 
 
* [[Development:Creating a web service and a web service function | Implement a web service and a web service function]]
 
* [[Development:Creating a web service client | Implement a web service client]]
 
* [https://docs.moodle.org/dev/Web_services_Roadmap Web service Roadmap]
 
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Revision as of 08:31, 2 November 2011

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


Administrator documentation

User documentation

Most of the time, the client application will retrieve the key (token) for a user. However, it is still possible for a user to view the key and to regenerate it.

See also

Sharing knowledge:

Specification / core development / brainstorming:

Other implementations: