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Re: Using Scott Klement's HTTPAPI



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On 3/12/14 1:26 PM, Thomas Garvey wrote:
I am trying to set up a software vendor's product, which incorporates
and uses Scott Klement's HTTPAPI Service program, on a v5r1 system.
It's using HTTPAPI to prepare and send XML docs and consume a web service.
. . .
It occurred to me that I could comment out the DC requests and see if
the HTTPAPI would still work (in other words, make the API not attempot
to use DC's).
. . .

HTTPAPI is open source, and generally speaking, you can rebuild it to suit whatever needs you may have.

At Touchtone, for example, because of an application-specific need, we built a customized version such that SSL-enabled and non-SSL-enabled versions of the HTTPAPIR4 service program are interchangeable with each other (at the expense of not being interchangeable with "standard" versions).

Scott has a support list server at
http://www.scottklement.com/mailman/listinfo/ftpapi
which covers both FTPAPI and HTTPAPI. I think that's probably the best place for you to ask questions.

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JHHL





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