Knowing Java isn't a problem, but knowing RPG and willing to write it is.
;-) I'll look at the YAJL utility. Thanks!

On Mon, Oct 1, 2018 at 1:16 PM Booth Martin <booth@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Take a look at Scott Klement's YAJL.

My experience: a middle-skills experienced RPG programmer. Learning has
been painful but possible. Consuming .json, in and of itself is fairly
straight forward. The web services piece is still an issue for me. The
folks here have been kind and helpful.

My point is: If I can do it, so can most anyone. With today's RPG you
may very well be able to write your own solution.

ps... YAJL does away with your need to know Java; RPG is all you will
need to do the job..


On 10/1/2018 12:47 PM, Kelly Beard wrote:
It's been a while since I've done this, so I'm wondering what everyone
else
is doing, since there may have been some updates and/or new packages out
there. I'll be working on a project that is doing backend requests to a
RESTful service that will be posting small financial transactions. The
endpoints I'll be using are using JSON, but that shouldn't really matter.


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