FrontPage Server Extensions RPC Protocol
Published: May 2010
The following references include information about the methods and usage of Remote Procedure Call (RPC) protocol in FrontPage Server Extensions from Microsoft.
See the following topics for general information about FrontPage Server Extensions RPC:
The following table shows the methods of Remote Procedure Call (RPC) protocol and provides a brief description of each.
Adds a file to a source control database.
Designates the top, bottom, left, or right side of a page as reserved.
Links a cascading style sheet to a page or to an entire Web site.
Applies a theme to the named service.
Returns a file to source control.
Enables the user currently authenticated to make changes to a document under source control.
Creates a Web site (service) with the name service_name.
Creates a set of standard directories (folders).
Creates a folder for the current Web site, but only used for backward compatibility.
Provides the meta-information for the files in the current Web site.
Retrieves the specified document for viewing on the client computer.
Retrieves the specified documents for viewing on the client computer.
Retrieves a manifest for the specified site.
Downloads a customized theme from the server.
Provides the meta-information and internal element identification information (eid) of the pages that make up the navigational structure of the specified Web site.
Adds a row to a table.
Sends a change in the Task status table to FrontPage Server Extensions from Microsoft.
Removes a row in the Task status table maintained by FrontPage Server Extensions from Microsoft.
Provides a list of the files, folders, and subsites complete with meta-information for each file contained in the initialUrl parameter of the specified Web site.
Returns a list of the themes applied to the selected Web site.
Retrieves metadata for all the versions of the specified document.
Changes the name of the selected document to the new name provided by the user.
Provides meta-information for a Web site to the client application.
Writes a file to a directory in an existing Web site.
Writes files to a directory in an existing Web site.
Deploys a manifest on the specified site.
Uploads a theme to a Web site.
Sends changes made to the navigation structure of the Web site to the Web server.
Instructs FrontPage Server Extensions from Microsoft to either recalculate or not recalculate links, components (bots), and other dependencies in the Web site.
Deletes the specified documents or folders from the Web site specified by the service_name parameter.
Deletes the service specified by the service_name parameter.
When the name of a Web site is changed in Microsoft FrontPage, sends the new name to the server that is running FrontPage Server Extensions from Microsoft.
Changes hyperlinks to an old URL within the specified pages into hyperlinks to a new URL.
When publishing a Web site, used to set the structure for the Web site.
Requests the version of FrontPage Server Extensions from Microsoft in use on the Web server.
Provides the server with the standard meta-information concerning the designated file. This method is sent whenever you change the properties of a file.
Included to provide backward compatibility with Microsoft FrontPage 98.
Provides a way to add or change meta-key values on the server for the service_name Web site.
Undoes a check-out of a file from a source control database.
Given a URL for a file, returns the URL of the Web site to which the file belongs, and the subsite, if applicable.