You should make two calls to your xml file with the extension ?__toolbar=1, this will force an authenticated session. The first call will fail, but we only use that so we can save the cookies send by the Roxen system. The next call uses those cookies to get an authenticated session so <sb-edit-area> will work:
Very little documentation, but maybe it can be useful.
Jerry van der Lek
yes sb-job is an option also. The thing was that I couldn't get an authenticated session with it, so I used wget.
This was on Roxen 4.5.111 by the way. We also have the sitebuilder-pull module to get some scheduling going, but you can't use <sb-edit-area> with it in an easy way.
Nice and quick workaround with wget :) Of course one should be very careful with the username/psw setup in the AC since it is stored in plaintext in the cron-script. Not a biggie but it should be thought of.
Having a scheduled write to a a single file in the cvs:ed cms filesystem also makes the changelog grow quickly for that file. In some circumstances this might cause problems (e.g. try viewing the changelog for that file).
Another solution to the file-saving problem that works in most circumstances (as long as you dont edit these files manually in the cms) is to have your cronjob save the files to a normal disk with wget, curl etc. and mount a "Normal filesystem"-module into your cms site to make the file(s) available in roxen.