DotNet::Services.GenerateWebServiceClientFromWSDL Method
/documentation/pages/Ref/Api/Namespace/DotNet/Services/GenerateWebServiceClientFromWSDL Method.xml
Accepts a WSDL string and generates a .NET assembly
DotNet::Services.ConstructGenericTypeName Static Method
/documentation/pages/Ref/Api/Namespace/DotNet/Services/ConstructGenericTypeName Method.xml
Use ConstructGenericTypeName to construct the type name for a .NET generic type. These types are like templates in that they can be applied to a variety of data types, but will behave consistently.
DotNet::Services.RegisterAssembly Method
/documentation/pages/Ref/Api/Namespace/DotNet/Services/RegisterAssembly Method.xml
Connects an assembly and all of its classes to the Alpha Anywhere type system within a namespace.
Get Server-side Data
/documentation/pages/Ref/Action Javascript/Get Server-side Data.xml
The purpose of the action is to get server-side data and return the data to the client where you can then further process the data with Javascript code. For example, you might use the data returned to populate a List control, a dropdown box, a SpinList etc.
NodeServices Namespace
/documentation/pages/Ref/Api/Namespace/NodeServices/index.xml
System Helper classes implemented in node.
SOAP Web Service Clients
/documentation/pages/Guides/Services/Web Service Clients/SOAP Services.html
Creating oAuth Client Applications
/documentation/pages/Server/Guide/Design/View/UX/Creating oAuth Client Applications.xml
This guide includes a guide to building the UX using generated oAuth code in four stages, as well as some related topics.
Consuming Data from OData Sources
/documentation/pages/Guides/Data Integration/OData.xml
AlphaDAO connections can be created for performing CRUD (create, read, update, delete) actions against an OData source.
Alpha Anywhere 4.5.3
/documentation/pages/ReleaseNotes/Alpha Anywhere 4.5.3 Release.html
NodeServices::HandleBars::RunTemplate Method
/documentation/pages/Ref/Api/Namespace/NodeServices/HandleBars/RunTemplate Method.xml
Use template against data