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standardize capitalization: ReST -> REST

source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Representational_state_transfer

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Jesse Andrews 9 years ago
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familiar with: </para>
<itemizedlist spacing="compact">
<listitem>
<para>ReSTful web services</para>
<para>RESTful web services</para>
</listitem>
<listitem>
<para>HTTP/1.1</para>
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<chapter xml:id="General_API_Information-d1e436">
<title>General API Information</title>
<para>
The OpenStack Compute API is defined as a ReSTful HTTP
The OpenStack Compute API is defined as a RESTful HTTP
service. The API takes advantage of all aspects of the
HTTP protocol (methods, URIs, media types, response codes,
etc.) and providers are free to use existing features of
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<title>Efficient Polling with the
<parameter>Changes-Since</parameter> Parameter</title>
<para>
The ReST API allows you to poll for the status of
The REST API allows you to poll for the status of
certain operations by performing a &GET; on various
elements. Rather than re-downloading and re-parsing
the full status at each polling interval, your ReST
the full status at each polling interval, your REST
client may use the
<parameter>changes-since</parameter> parameter to
check for changes since a previous request. The


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Authenticate to generate a token.
</p>
<p xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
This call will return a token if successful. Each ReST request against other services (or other
This call will return a token if successful. Each REST request against other services (or other
calls on Keystone such as the GET /tenants call)
requires the inclusion of a specific authorization token HTTP x-header, defined as X-Auth-Token.
Clients obtain
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Keystone Service and supplying valid credentials.
</p>
<p xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
Client authentication is provided via a ReST interface using the POST method,
Client authentication is provided via a REST interface using the POST method,
with v2.0/tokens supplied as the path. A payload of credentials must be included
in the body.
</p>
<p xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
The Keystone Service is a ReSTful web service. It is the entry point to all service APIs.
The Keystone Service is a RESTful web service. It is the entry point to all service APIs.
To access the Keystone Service, you must know URL of the Keystone service.
</p>
</doc>


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Compute defaults to being configured to use the Image Service. With an OpenStack Image
Service server in place, the Image Service fetches the image on to the host machine and
then OpenStack Compute boots the image from the host machine. To place images into the
service, you would use a ReST interface to stream them, and the service, in turn,
service, you would use a REST interface to stream them, and the service, in turn,
streams that into a back end which could be S3, OpenStack Object Storage (which can use
an S3), or the local file system on the server where OpenStack Image Service is
installed.</para>


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<para>Operations are the actions you perform within an OpenStack Object Storage system such
as creating or deleting containers, uploading or downloading objects, and so on. The
full list of operations is documented in the Developer Guide. Operations may be
performed via the ReST web service API or a language-specific API; currently, we support
performed via the REST web service API or a language-specific API; currently, we support
Python, PHP, Java, Ruby, and C#/.NET.</para>
<important>
<para> All operations must include a valid authorization token from your authorization system. </para>
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<title>Language-Specific API Bindings</title>
<para>A set of supported API bindings in several popular languages are available from the
Rackspace Cloud Files product, which uses OpenStack Object Storage code for its
implementation. These bindings provide a layer of abstraction on top of the base ReST
implementation. These bindings provide a layer of abstraction on top of the base REST
API, allowing programmers to work with a container and object model instead of working
directly with HTTP requests and responses. These bindings are free (as in beer and as in
speech) to download, use, and modify. They are all licensed under the MIT License as


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<para>At first, a simple approach of deleting an account through completely external
calls was considered as it required no changes to the system. All data would
simply be deleted in the same way the actual user would, through the public
ReST API. However, the downside was that it would use proxy resources and log
REST API. However, the downside was that it would use proxy resources and log
everything when it didn't really need to. Also, it would likely need a
dedicated server or two, just for issuing the delete requests.</para>


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