Question Using WebSpeed as a REATful API Web Service Famework

Cecil

19+ years progress programming and still learning.
I'm working on a personal project using WebSpeed to emulate a RESTful Web Service and it's working quite well.
It replicates the OpenEdge REST service with having a simple framework. Also, the HTTP BASIC & DIGEST authentication is also handled by the framework.

My question is...is there something I could be missing where using WebSpeed could be the downfall.?

NOTE: It does require ISS and add-on URL Rewrite module.
 

ForEachInvoiceDelete

Active Member
Are you using Webspeed with PAS?

Old webspeed only really supported a few HTTP verbs (Post etc).

With PAS you can use most if not all.
 

Rob Fitzpatrick

ProgressTalk.com Sponsor
My $0.02: the downfall is using WebSpeed in 2019. Progress isn't going to keep supporting it.

If you want to create a RESTful web service in OE, use PASOE.
 

Cecil

19+ years progress programming and still learning.
Are you using Webspeed with PAS?

Old webspeed only really supported a few HTTP verbs (Post etc).

With PAS you can use most if not all.
This is working on classic/traditional webspeed.

The issue is licensing. The added cost to move to PAS has been the bottle neck to upgrading.
 

Cecil

19+ years progress programming and still learning.
Well I could be wasting my time . I found this today.

progress/Spark-Toolkit
 
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