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May06
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Workshop: Implementing and Securing OpenEdge REST Service Interfaces

Dan MItchell
Dan Mitchell

Principal Sales Engineer, Progress

Bio:

Dan is a Sales Engineer at Progress. He has been with Progress for nearly 14 years. Dan has been a part of the OpenEdge community for nearly 30 years as an ISV, with a large OpenEdge partner and now working for Progress.


Sessions:

Mon, 06 May | 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Workshop: Implementing and Securing OpenEdge REST Service Interfaces

This hands-on workshop provides step-by-step guidance on how to create: - Low-code/no-code Data Object Services Exposing JSON catalogs files, exposing database data directly, and delegating to existing ABL logic for validation and data access - Flexible JSON-defined DataObjectHandler Service Interfaces Providing a high degree of control over the exposed REST API without deep ABL expertise needed - Maximum control ABL WebHandler Service Interfaces showing how to write ABL code to read/write the body, headers and parameters of inbound REST requests to map that data to/from ABL data types and to invoke appropriate existing ABL data access logic -Property-based Spring Security Configuring for authentication and authorization of users to access these REST APIs
Thu, 09 May | 10:30 AM - 11:15 AM

Integrating OpenEdge with Salesforce

Salesforce plays a large role in empowering digital transformation efforts at companies across the world. Businesses increasingly want access to their Salesforce data for analytics and other mission-critical processes within their OpenEdge applications, as well as the ability to make OpenEdge and other external data available to SFDC via OData REST APIs to get real-time information and avoid costly duplication. Enterprises often turn to homegrown solutions to make these connections. Creating these custom data connections to Salesforce isn’t easy—often taking months or even years. In this session, we’ll explore how you can leverage Progress’ DataDirect innovations to quickly and easily make these connections in real-time.
David Atkins
David Atkins

Solutions Architect, Progress

Bio:

David is a pre-sales professional with 20 years experience helping enterprises get value out of technology. Extensive technology background including business rules management, business process management, application development platforms, integration middleware, service oriented architectures and more.


Sessions:

Mon, 06 May | 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Workshop: Implementing and Securing OpenEdge REST Service Interfaces

This hands-on workshop provides step-by-step guidance on how to create: - Low-code/no-code Data Object Services Exposing JSON catalogs files, exposing database data directly, and delegating to existing ABL logic for validation and data access - Flexible JSON-defined DataObjectHandler Service Interfaces Providing a high degree of control over the exposed REST API without deep ABL expertise needed - Maximum control ABL WebHandler Service Interfaces showing how to write ABL code to read/write the body, headers and parameters of inbound REST requests to map that data to/from ABL data types and to invoke appropriate existing ABL data access logic -Property-based Spring Security Configuring for authentication and authorization of users to access these REST APIs
Wed, 08 May | 4:45 PM - 5:30 PM

Enhanced Experiences: OpenEdge and Kinvey

Join us in this session to explore the benefits that Kinvey can provide to OpenEdge applications. We will cover evolutionary use-cases such as adding modern web and mobile UIs to your core application. Then we will describe in detail the various options Kinvey provides to integrate with an OpenEdge backend, illustrating each with appropriate demonstrations.
Thu, 09 May | 10:30 AM - 11:15 AM

Implementing Custom REST API with ABL WebHandler

Join us in this session for a high-level introduction and overview of WebHandler as a best practice approach to custom OpenEdge REST APIs. Chris Riddell from SIT will discuss his real-world API design and implementation experiences, describe SIT’s approach, what they learned, and their recommendations to others on the same API modernization journey.

This hands-on workshop provides step-by-step guidance on how to create:
- Low-code/no-code Data Object Services
Exposing JSON catalogs files, exposing database data directly, and delegating to existing ABL logic for validation and data access
- Flexible JSON-defined DataObjectHandler Service Interfaces
Providing a high degree of control over the exposed REST API without deep ABL expertise needed
- Maximum control ABL WebHandler Service Interfaces showing how to write ABL code to read/write the body, headers and parameters of inbound REST requests to map that data to/from ABL data types and to invoke appropriate existing ABL data access logic
-Property-based Spring Security
Configuring for authentication and authorization of users to access these REST APIs

AWS instances will be provided for every workshop registrant. Participants must provide own laptop to complete hands-on activity.

Each workshop is an additional cost of $99.00
Audience

Technical

Session Type

Workshop

Product

OpenEdge

Topic

OpenEdge Platform

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