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Parin
Hi Everyone,

My name is Parin Patel and I am a Senior Engineer on the Java Developer Support team at Business Objects, an SAP Company. My responsibilities include assisting customers and a team of engineers in the use of the Java SDKs available with the BusinessObjects product suite. (Enterprise SDK, REBean, Web Services, etc.).

Recently I have been putting a lot of focus on the WS SDK and many of you may have noticed that I published a new article on Diamond last week: Getting Started with the Web Services SDK Part I: Introduction.

This is the first article in a 6 part series titled Getting Started with the Web Services SDK that I’ll be writing. This series provides you with an overview on how to use our WS SDK, and I’ll be writing the following articles in this series (each article will be published every 2 weeks and I’ve included the tentative dates for the release of each article below – if there are any changes to this schedule, I’ll keep you posted through this blog):

         

  1. Getting Started with the Web Services SDK Part I: Introduction (Jan 29)
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  3. Getting Started with the Web Services SDK Part II: Installation and Configuration (Feb 13)
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  5. Getting Started with the Web Services SDK Part III: Managing Enterprise Sessions – The Session Web Service (Feb 26)
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  7. Getting Started with the Web Services SDK Part IV: Completing Administrative Tasks – The BIPlatform Web Service (Mar 18)
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  9. Getting Started with the Web Services SDK Part V: Retrieving Document Views – The ReportEngine Web Service (April 15)
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  11. Getting Started with the Web Services SDK Part VI: Conclusion (April 22)

Whether you’re using the WS SDK or any of our other SDKs, I’d recommend reading this series since it’ll give you some more insight on what our WS SDK is capable of doing and how you may be able to take advantage of the WS SDK in future projects. So, for those that haven’t had a chance yet, check out the first article here.

I’ll be using this blog to keep you updated on its progress, notifying you of any new articles and updates that are made. I’ll also use this blog to discuss other topics related to our WS SDK as they come up, so stay tuned for more!

And, as always, feel free to post your comments and feedback.

Cheers!
Parin

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