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Im trying to integrate a custom broadcasting solution with an api. I was told to simply construct a url as defined below, and hit it each song you play. My main shoutcast server is up and running. It is streaming now and i have sam broadcaster running. (not encoding)  but analytics relay is active and i have spacialnet registration. However. How can I get a script to access my shoutcast server via ftp and get the play list information and put it on a server directory on my other host account for archiving.? The information i need to retrieve and archive from my shoutcast server is below.
How can i use a php script on my server to do this?  My server is linux with apache  located at http:larryhoodpublishing.com
My shoutcast server is
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Fields (bold fields are required)

artist - Name of the artist.
title - Title of the track.
album - Name of the album
label - The record label name
albumyear - The year of this release
viewers - Number of listeners tuned in
stationguid - your unique identifier
Your stationguid is:
A properly constructed url could look like this:

http://logger.loudcity.net/tracks/submit?stationguid=d8dc2bb0-45dd-012e-2e0f-fdbefe3683c8&artist=Areosmith&title=Walk This Way&album=Toys in the Attic&label=Sony&albumyear=2003&duration=221&viewers=25
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you need the parse xml, if i understand correct

there is an example


please comment if you need any further help


ok thanks but not clear about the redirects.php what goes there?
sorry, i didn't understand what do you mean with redirects.php?
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Redirects.php creates the web page to view the data that was retrieved.  It uses jQuery.  The main part you need is retrieving the data which is yql.php which returns:

Return: The parsed XML in an array form. Use print_r() to see the resulting array structure.
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I think we got what he needed.  There is some useful information that someone may need.  I don't care who gets the points, but I don't think it should be deleted.
I vote 3 and give the points to aabozkurt.

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