You now have a web script that returns all whitepapers, and a web script that returns the rating summary for a specific whitepaper. The next step is to implement a web script that supports the POST method so that people can submit new ratings.
Like all web scripts, the web script that creates ratings will run as the user executing the script. In this case, you are appending
guest=true to the URL, but we will use the
runAs property in the web script descriptor to run the code using the username
admin. Another way to handle this would be to set the web script's minimum authentication level to
User, give named users (or one or more groups) write access to the whitepapers folder, and make website users authenticated. ...