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I'm doing this tutorial to get familiar with the concepts of the Services module. In that tutorial, you implement a custom service for the Services module. Therefore it uses hook_services_services. But there are other tutorials (e.g. An introduction to Drupal 7 RESTful Services) that use hook_services_resources for the same thing. So what is the difference?

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The first article is incorrect, there is no hook_services_services() (at least not according to any documentation for the services module, nor in my experience).

The correct hook to use is hook_services_resources(). See the docs/services.services.api.php file included with the module for full details.

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  • What about this: api.drupalhelp.net/api/services/… – Javiator Feb 24 '14 at 13:58
  • Also wrong - there is no hook_services_services() or hook_service() in the Services module. That file doesn't even exist any more, those docs are woefully out of date – Clive Feb 24 '14 at 14:06
  • Could you please point me to a working example with detailed instructions? Whatever I try it doesn't work. I just can't find a working example. – Javiator Feb 24 '14 at 14:17
  • You'll find a working example in the module itself, in the docs/services.services.api.php file. I can confirm that example works perfectly, I've used it as a base for dozens of projects over the years – Clive Feb 24 '14 at 14:30

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