Using the curl method to automate import/export of courses
If you experience an error like this one:
I am trying to use `wget` to automate the exporting/importing of a course. It appears to work when I sign in URL but I am not sure and it definitely doesn't work for the import/export.
Try using the `curl` command instead. They're very similar. Here are the commands to run:
============ one ============
# retrieve the csrf token
$ curl -v -c cookies.txt -b cookies.txt https://studio.openedx.learning.intersystems.com/signin
# no values to override
============ two ============
# perform the actual login
$ curl -v -c cookies.txt -b cookies.txt -d "firstname.lastname@example.org&password=mypassword&csrfmiddlewaretoken="$( echo "$(grep csrftoken cookies.txt | sed 's/^.*csrftoken\s*//')" | tr -d '[:space:]')"" --header "Referer: https://studio.openedx.learning.intersystems.com/singin" https://studio.openedx.learning.intersystems.com/login_post
# the only value that you must override is mypassword for the real password, if another user is using the script will need to override user and password.
============ three ============
# retrieve the course
curl -v -c cookies.txt -b cookies.txt https://studio.openedx.learning.intersystems.com/export/course-v1:InterSystems+ISC1066+2016_1?_accept=application/x-tgz > course_name.tar.gz
# here you will need to override the course export URL for each course, and replace course_name.tar.gz with a name for the file