In this article I'll describe how to set up web services and/or REST services using EWD 3.

Since EWD 3 is designed to be modular, you can construct the environment that exactly meets your needs, but for much of the time you'll probably find that the pre-built EWD 3 ewd-xpress super-module does most of what you need because it hooks together all the core EWD 3 and other building-blocks you'll need:

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Chris Stewart · Jun 9, 2016
REST Services Cataloging

I've been building up a REST services API, consisting of a dozen or so classes referenced from a Dispatch class, which has route mappings for the first piece of the URI.  I'd like to have the Dispatch class be able to output all of the available Services, with some documentation.  Is there something like a %Library resource that I could use to pull this information from each of the classes?

Thanks

Chris

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I need to pass a parameter string that contains slashes to a REST call.

I tried URL encoding, or making URL map to accept query parameter instead of path parameter but apparently we only allow for path parameters.

I can come with several workarounds, but these involve some transformation at client and then on server, but I'd prefer a direct support.

Q1: is there any Cache specific trick to pass slashes in path parameters

Q2: are we going to support query parameters in REST?

something like this would help: 

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Eduard Lebedyuk · May 23, 2016
REST and IO redirection

Problem: I have a REST broker, and if I hit a code block, which does IO redirection, the REST reply becomes broken in one of the following ways:

  • Binary output
  • No output
  • First 4096 characters of the reply are missing

Consider the following REST broker:

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Our company is looking for someone with expert object script skills and experience developing with REST using Caché. We have an existing application that currently supports a mobile application and a web application. The API is up and running but we need another developer to add new features and keep up with demand.

Experience with Amazon AWS is highly desired as the api is running on Windows in EC2. Familiarity with GitHub is also required.

Pay can be negotiated on a per hour basis after you provide an estimate for the time required to complete a given feature.

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I was trying to modify the REST.DocServer sample in the SAMPLE namespaces to use the new %Object and %Array system objects (Ensemble 2016.2 build 636) with the following changes:

/// This method returns a list of namespaces for this server

ClassMethod GetNamespaces() As %Status

{

    #dim tSC As %Status = $$$OK

    #dim tList,tNS,tFilteredList,tValue As %String

    

    #; Get the list of namespaces

    Do List^%SYS.NAMESPACE(.tList)

    Set tNS="" For  {

    

        Set tNS=$Order(tList(tNS),1,tValue) If tNS="" Quit

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Presenter: André Cerri
Task: Use third-party visualization tools to present your DeepSee data
Approach: Use DeepSee REST services to access DeepSee data from third-party tools
 

Come see examples of how you can use popular 3rd party data visualization tools to access your DeepSee data.

 

Content related to this session, including slides, video and additional learning content can be found here.

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Presenter: Danny Wijnschenk
Task: Build a development stack that enables state-of-the-art rapid development with a stable but adaptive back end.
Approach: Use InterSystems’ new document data model to achieve modern full-stack development
 

The MEAN stack is a very popular stack for building applications quickly that can change at a rapid pace. We will explore the benefits of such a stack and how you can tackle the requirements for modern and fast paced front-end development with support of a stable, but yet adaptive back-end using our new document data model.

Content related to this session, including slides, video and additional learning content can be found here.

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Hi

I have been experimenting with the creation of a set of REST services for an app.  The basic GET operation is set to create a %ZEN.proxyObject instance, and then set an instance of a Persistant class as a property, which gives me all of the values I want to return.  However, it also gives me some values that I don't want to return over REST (because they are both private, and large registered objects which will bog down performance)

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Hello, our customer, large industrial company, is considering modernizing their old CSP application so it can run on multiple client device types, using responsive design.

They have a lot of experience with CSP and some ZEN.

They are new to REST and have some limited knowledge of javascript - perhaps not enough to the extent used by client framework.

Does anyone have a framework or a set of templates that you would be willing to share?

Thank you!

Dan Kutac 

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RESTful API Call From Cache to Particle.io Electron

Tom Fitzgibbon | Multidata | 212-967-6700 x537 | tom@mul.com

Summary: Simple Blink Tutorial for Particle.io Electron Device from Cache

Electron device is a tiny ARM processor ($40-$60) that connects to Particle’s world wide leased 2G/3G network (about $3/mo) and runs off an included LiPo battery. Using Cache’s %Net.HttpRequest you can send/receive data, control hardware and read sensors.

Step by Step (about 1 hour)

1) Get the Electron from store.particle.io.

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