Whitepapers and code samples related to webservices and other related integration technologies.
JSON Parser for Progress ABL is a "wrapper" for the cJSON parser - ultra-lightweight, portable, single-file, simple-as-can-be ANSI-C compliant JSON parser.
The reader object can be used to load and parse a JSON string from either a file on the file system or from a character, longchar or memptr variable.
Hi, Some One has an complete example of deploy and consumption od Web Services in Progress
The API supported by the adapter is a subset of the JMS API. Full
documentation of all details is available online. The
diagrams below only describe the part of the API that is implemented by the
OpenEdge Adapter for Fuse Message Broker.
The OpenEdge Adapter for Fuse Message Broker enables connections from an
OpenEdge™ ABL application to Fuse™ Message Broker or Apache ActiveMQ (or
other messaging solution as described below). It consists of a number of ABL
classes that should be referenced in an ABL application that needs to exchange
messages with the outside world using one of the supported world class
In the SaaS world, often customers will want their own customizations into the source code specific to how they want to do business with your software.
Here is a point where object oriented programming stands out. By crafting your programming in such a way that basic functionality is enhanced - you can use different classes specific to particular customers for enhanced implementation.
Since we are going to potentially be using one of multiple classes, we need to have an interface describing the methods available in the class.
I have a video up on amduus.com on how to call out to web services with example coding.
The video can be seen at http://amduus.com/training/Using_bprowsdldoc.html
An experiment with Apache MQ
HylaFAX Include is a Super Procedure which gives developers the ability to send, Facsimile (FAX) from within OpenEdge without relying on 3rdParty OCX, dlls or shelling out to the OS. This code does not actualy sends faxes but it submits them into a queue on a FAX server. The FAX server is called HylaFAX.
HylaFAX is an enterprise-class system for sending and receiving facsimiles as well as for sending alpha-numeric pages. The software is designed around a client-server architecture.