Changeset 3921


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Nov 7, 2007, 1:10:49 PM (14 years ago)
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Martin Svensson
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References #809 ready to be read

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  • trunk/doc/src/docbook/developerdoc/webservices.xml

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    4545        <para>
    4646          Items in Base are not send directly by the web services, most of them are to
    47           complexed for this to be possible. Instead is each item type represented by an info class
    48           that can hold it's less complex properties. More
    49           complex properties need to be exported to a file before they can be send by the
    50           web services as an attachment.
     47          complexed for this should be possible. Instead is each item type represented by
     48          an info class that can hold the type's less complex properties. The complex
     49          properties need to be exported to a file before they can be send by the web
     50          services as an attachment.
    5151        </para>
    5252      </listitem>
     
    5757          to develop services it is recommended to have a look in javadoc for
    5858          <classname>net.sf.basedb.ws.info.QueryOptions</classname>
     59          . This is on the first hand for the service developers but it can be useful for
     60          client developers to also know that this may be available in some services.
    5961        </para>
    6062      </listitem>
     
    6668    <para>
    6769      Web services can, at the moment, be used to provide some information and data related to
    68       experiments in BASE, like information about raw bioassays or exported bioassay set to
    69       mention some. This section lists all the available services in Base and gives a short
    70       description of each one.
     70      experiments in BASE, like information about raw bioassays or exported bioassay set, to
     71      mention some. The subsection below lists all the available services in Base and gives a
     72      short description, including available methods. More detailed information can be found
     73      in the javadoc and WSDL-files. Each service has it's own class and WSDL-file.
    7174    </para>
    7275
     
    383386    <para>
    384387      How to develop client applications for the web services in Base is, of course, depending
    385       alot on which program language you are using. Base comes with clients written in java for the
    386       existing services and these clients can either be used as examples of how clients should
    387       implement the services or used as real client applications. 
     388      alot on which program language you are using. Base comes with clients written in java
     389      for the existing services and these clients can either be used as examples of how
     390      clients should implement the services or used as real client applications. The root URL
     391      that clients should use to access the services in Base is
     392      <uri>
     393        http://
     394        <replaceable>BASE_URL</replaceable>
     395        /services/
     396      </uri>
    388397    </para>
    389398   
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