|Version Check||verChk||Checks the client's SmartFoxClient library version|
|API Response||apiOK / apiKO||Response to the client's version request|
|Random Key||rndK||Request a random key from the server (i.e. for shared hashing)|
|Login Request||login||Logs into a zone with the passed credentials.|
|(Funny ones after login that CP didn't disable)|
|Room List||getRmList / roomList||Gets a list of rooms in the zone, including IDs, user lists, etc.|
|Join Room||joinRoom / joinOK||Join a specific room by Internal ID (not sure if enabled)|
How XML Packets Work
Let's have a look at an example:
<msg t='sys'><body action='verChk' r='0'><ver v='140' /></body></msg>
(in packet examples, the GT symbol (>) is used to denote a packet sent by the client, and LT (<) to denote one received.
We can split an XML packet into several chunks based on the level of nesting. The first part of the packet (the <msg /> node) is used to express that the packet is for SmartFoxServer
The <msg /> node is always the same. It always has a t attribute with the value of sys.
Now, we get on to the interesting part. The <body /> tag contains several parameters. The "action" attribute is used to determine, well, what the packet does. The "r" attribute contains the Internal Room ID.
Inside, we have the actual parameters. Let's have a look at the ones Club Penguin uses, and ones that Club Penguin (should) have compatibility with. For instance, in the above example, the <ver /> tag tells us the client's API version.