Published DataFlex powered Web Services are available to assist developers with learning and testing Web Services in their applications. Learn more about creating Web Services in the DataFlex Online Help.
The "Conversions" DataFlex Web Service, developed by DAWs Marcia Booth, provides a variety of functions that will convert numbers into words (English), numbers into dollar amounts, and texts into title-cased texts.
The service can be tried by anyone by visiting the Conversions DataFlex Web Service page hosted by Data Access Worldwide.
The Conversions service has already been found useful by one enthusiastic VB.net developer:
I wanted to thank you for providing an extraordinary web service by way of your Conversions WSDL! Ive consumed this service in a practice smart client app and was utterly amazed at how it all works! If I had to write the code to convert numbers to words it would take a considerable amount of time. I was able to set up a few lines of code and consume your conversions service in LESS than 5 minutes! Its just a practice app but your WSDL is great! Your web service was the first one Ive consumed programmatically! Thanks!
VB.Net WinForms Developer
The "Anagram" DataFlex Web Service, developed by DAWs Vincent Oorsprong, demonstrates functions to test your knowledge about anagrams. There are functions to test if a word is an anagram, how many words are stored etc. Anagrams can be stored in multiple languages.
Other available DataFlex Web Services include:
Building client applications to consume Web Services with DataFlex is fast and easy! You just need to run the DataFlex Studios Web Service Client Class Generator to have a package automatically created. After the package is part of their class list, you can add the service to any of your DataFlex applications.
All business solution developers are welcome to try these Web Services. Note that any developer not just DataFlex developers can use these DataFlex Web Services in their applications.
Developers interested in having DAW publish a DataFlex Web Service that they feel would be beneficial to business solutions developers are encouraged to contact Marcia Booth at Data Access in Miami.