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How to call RTC Client APIs from C# Code?

Didem Demir (1111) | asked Mar 21 '16, 11:34 a.m.


We need to get some data defined in the Process Configuration Source xml. According to our development environment, all our codes are written in C# and we want to call RTC API such as :projectArea.getProcessData();  in C#. I had called RTC Client API s from Java Code  before ; but I did not make any direct call with RTC client APIs in C# codes.

Is there any way directly using RTC Client APIs in C# or is there the only one way to call RTC Client APIs in C# code is using the OSLC?

Thanks so much for your support,

Didem Demir

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Tiago Moura (8387) | answered Mar 21 '16, 12:36 p.m.
As far as I known, doesn't exists a C# SDK to create native clients. However the OSLC API is based on REST web services, which means that it is independent from programming language. Maybe, using C# you may have some extra work compared with JAVA.

Ralph Schoon commented Mar 22 '16, 2:59 a.m.

The RTC Visual Studio Client uses the REST API's.

In addition, there are tools that can be used to create wrapper around Java API's and make them accessible in C#. I assume that this is a common problem for MS Visual Studio Users.

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