NetServer web service proxies
WebApi client proxy
The WebApi Client offers an alternative to the existing SuperOffice NetServer WCF proxies. SuperOffice.WebApi has the exact same Agent-style services as SuperOffice.NetServer.Services while adopting modern practices, such as asynchronous methods.
This library is a .NET Standard 2.0 library that works with both .NET Framework (4.6.1 and higher) and .NET Core (2.0 and higher) applications.
This library makes it easier to work in a multi-tenant environment. It isolates a tenant's context in a WebApiOptions instance, where each instance is configured to target one specific tenant. Each instance can be configured with its own language, culture, and timezone settings.
This library also has built-in system user token support.
SOAP client proxy
If your services are configured to use SOAP, each method call is a SOAP envelope that will travel over the network. SOAP calls can be made by your preferred client, such as .NET.
There is flexibility in using SuperOffice proxies.
The most complete way is to reference the NuGet packages. You can either:
When necessary, use a tool to generate a client proxy class for a particular NetServer web service, for example, Appointment.svc or Contact.svc.