Objective-C Bugzilla WebService connector

We are building iPhone/iPad App which needs exchange data with Bugzilla 4.3.3 ([url removed, login to view]) instance. (during the development you need your own instance. Download is free) The message exchange has to be based on Bugzila WebService interface ([url removed, login to view]) XMLRPC ([url removed, login to view]). We don't need to implement the full interface. The working prototype must support following calls:










product (string) Required - The name of the product the bug is being filed against.

component (string) Required - The name of a component in the product above.

summary (string) Required - A brief description of the bug being filed.

version (string) Required - A version of the product above; the version the bug was found in.

description (string) Defaulted - The initial description for this bug. Some Bugzilla installations require this to not be blank.

op_sys (string) Defaulted - The operating system the bug was discovered on.

platform (string) Defaulted - What type of hardware the bug was experienced on.

priority (string) Defaulted - What order the bug will be fixed in by the developer, compared to the developer's other bugs.

severity (string) Defaulted - How severe the bug is.


id (int or string) Required - The id or alias of the bug to append a comment to.

comment (string) Required - The comment to append to the bug.


id (int or string) Required - The id or alias of the bug to append a comment to.

For the UI we do not have any special requirements. No logos, no design, just root controller with view navigation to entry fields in order to test and verify the data flow. The application has to execute user login. A set of http cookies is also sent with the response. These cookies must be sent along with any future requests to the webservice, for the duration of the session. The Implementation of asynchronous service calls shall be implemented using BLOCKS (for example refer here: [url removed, login to view])

Payment will be released upon functional presentation, source review and handover.

Skills: iPad, iPhone, Mobile App Development, Objective C, XML

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