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May09
11:30 AM - 12:15 PM

How to Walk Your JSON Data Into OpenEdge

Paul Guggenheim
Paul Guggenheim

President, Paul Guggenheim & Associates, Inc.

Bio:

While attending a 1984 trade show, Paul discovered Progress. He quickly became a Progress evangelist. This strong passion still drives Paul today in finding creative ways for solving issues and presenting solutions.

Paul enjoys providing a wide array of OpenEdge consulting services that include database design, application development, performance tuning and web services.

Leveraging an MBA from the University of Chicago, Paul applies his comprehensive business knowledge to a wide range of industries.

Having educated OpenEdge developers since 1986, Paul uses his vast training experience in developing several comprehensive, high-quality OpenEdge training courses.

Throughout his career, Paul enjoys speaking at several national and international conferences. In the Progress community, he chairs the Chicago Area Progress Users Group and is a member of the PUG Challenge Americas Conference steering committee.


Sessions:

Thu, 09 May | 11:30 AM - 12:15 PM

How to Walk Your JSON Data Into OpenEdge

OpenEdge provides many useful tools in parsing JSON data, including Reading and Writing JSON to/from Temp-Tables and ProDataSets. This session will show how easy it is to write data from a ProDataSet and then read JSON into a ProDataSet. However, there are exceptions when the ABL is unable to read JSON into a ProDataSet, so we will also provide examples on how to use ABL JSON classes to load in JSON data in a more generalized way -- we call this 'Walking the JSON tree."

OpenEdge provides many useful tools in parsing JSON data, including Reading and Writing JSON to/from Temp-Tables and ProDataSets. This session will show how easy it is to write data from a ProDataSet and then read JSON into a ProDataSet. However, there are exceptions when the ABL is unable to read JSON into a ProDataSet, so we will also provide examples on how to use ABL JSON classes to load in JSON data in a more generalized way -- we call this 'Walking the JSON tree."

Audience

Technical

Session Type

Presentation

Product

OpenEdge

Topic

OpenEdge Platform

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