Dealing with not so potent Idempotent values.

Idempotent values are hard to come by [in relational database terms these are what we call "primary keys"]; they uniquely identify some record, or value, or object. At least you are certain they do... until they don't. The great big world has a habit of not respecting the idem-potency of what you declare to be idempotent; something out there just recycles it anyway. This is no less true in IT systems like ERP applications than it is anywhere else.

Coils Specific Properties via WebDAV

WebDAV clients operate in the server's folder and document hierarchy. This is a convenient and powerful way to approach and manipulate the server's data - but it does obscure a significant amount of information as well. For example a document in WebDAV is known by it's filename [and perhaps its displayName as well, depending on the client]. But the object id is unavailable, as is the object id of the folder containing the document, the SHA-512 checksum, and a variety of other attributes.

Python XML-RPC Calls Via "requests"

requests is the latest and greatest Python module for performing HTTP requests. This new module cleans up a great deal of the mechanics required for network requests as well as streamling the often combersome syntax used by urlib2 and the httplib modules. Requests can easily be used for making XML-RPC requests, to the zOGI API for example. Using requests avoids the need for transport objects in order to work with proxy servers and more advanced authentication methods.

Using SSH/SCP From OIE

The OpenGroupware Integration Engine supplies three actions for utilizing the SSH protocol:

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