Building a Java client for SugarCRM

I was able to accumulate a number of requests from people who have encountered difficulties in developing Client (Java, C #, PHP, and Objective C) for SOAP and REST interface made available from SugarCRM.

Often the difficulty in developing the client may depend on several factors, from a short list from my experience in the field:

  1. Choosing the most suitable framework;
  2. Limits of some framework to manage certain interfaces, perhaps because they do not support certain standard WS-*;
  3. Little documentation of the interfaces are often devoid of examples;

I just completed and published my first article of the series, which should lead to the construction of a Java client for SugarCRM. The document is available on SlideShare: http://www.slideshare.net/amusarra/costruire-un-client-java-per-sugarcrm

I thought it appropriate to create a public repository containing the product during the writing of this article. The repository is available at: https://github.com/amusarra/SugarCRMJavaSOAPClient

Relate article:

  1. Checkout SugarCRM Java SOAP Client
  2. SugarCRM: XML Schema Definition (XSD) of Web Services

SugarCRM: Client SOAP Java https://github.com/amusarra/SugarCRMJavaSOAPClient

For all your question regarding the subject matter, your comments are welcome.

Thanks,
Antonio Musarra.

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Antonio Musarra

I began my journey into the world of computing from an Olivetti M24 PC (http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olivetti_M24) bought by my father for his work. Day after day, quickly taking control until … Now doing business consulting for projects in the enterprise application development using web-oriented technologies such as J2EE, Web Services, ESB, TIBCO, PHP.

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