This is a transcript of my VI–67 session at 2017’s Deltek Insight
- Connecting to the Vision API Web Service
- Available Methods and Schemas
- Reading Data from Vision
- Writing Data to Vision
- Parsing XML Data
- Where to take it from here
- Tips & Tricks
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This is a transcript of my VI–66 session at 2017’s Deltek Insight
- Getting started with the Windows Service
- Adding reading capabilities to the service
- Using the VisionAPIHelper library
- Implementing the Vision API calls
- Tips & Tricks
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Over the years I found that people always had a hard time getting started with Deltek Vision’s API. I do admit, it probably has a lot to do with the message structures the API is expecting.
To jump-start your development I just created an online Test Bench that allows you to connect to your service, run some reads and writes and returns you both a VB.net code sample and a SOAP UI request message that can be copied either into Visual Studio or SOAP UI to give you instant results.
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This blog will show you how to write a custom SOAP web service that can be hooked up to one of Vision’s validation workflows (timesheets, expenses, transaction postings) and all the do’s and dont’s around it.
Do you want to integrate Deltek Vision ® with other applications in your company? How about displaying a list of important projects on your website directly from your Vision database? Or pull employee and client information into an intranet site? Post expenses from a third party application directly into the Vision finance system?
All this and more is possible be using the freely available Vision XTEND API interfaces. The blog post will show you how and provide you with some base libraries to get started