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Getting started with REST in SharePoint 2013 - Part V

Welcome to the fifth post in this series about REST in SharePoint 2013. In the previous posts I wrote about how you can connect to a external data source with REST, fetching Flickr photos to SharePoint using JSON and jQuery. 624 more words

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wsimport, cacert, basic authentication

links:
http://numberformat.wordpress.com/2013/01/31/generating-and-using-web-service-clients-using-wsimport-and-jax-ws/
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/22407994/jax-ws-client-cannot-authenticate/22414394#22414394

summary:
– wsimport generates ws client stub code directly from a deployed service from server
– in case server has a selfsigned cert, need to export cert from browser and add to local java trust store… 39 more words

Getting started with REST in SharePoint 2013 - Part IV

Welcome to the fourth post in this series about REST in SharePoint 2013. In the previous posts I wrote about how to interact with SharePoint lists, but now it’s time to look in to how to retrieve information from an external source with help of JSON. 851 more words

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RESTful design and statelessness

links:
http://soundadvice.id.au/blog/2009/06/13/
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1296421/rest-complex-applications/1297275

summary:
– getting around stateful cookies/session ids by basically treating them as resources/filters
– “PUT” stateful data as “filter” so as to eliminate the limitation of session id (short lives etc)