The basic concept is simple: You have some data you want to share through a REST service. You don’t have the service built. You consider spending a lot of resources and time on building it yourself. You look for an alternative. You find REST4Enterprise. It has two parts. You use its administrative console to easily set up database queries as REST services in a browser; you let the run-time gateway present the database queries as services to the outside world. Happy ending/beginning!
Of course, a good concept is nothing without a lot of elbow grease to work out the implementation details. That’s exactly what our team has been doing since the REST4Eneterprise launch. Their latest efforts have come to fruition as a new version, 1.0, available now.
Version 1.0 includes these new features:
- Invoking stored procedures
- Secure service via custom and DB authentications
- Limiting response row count
- Setting the response timeout
- An improved algorithm for storing configuration data
You can watch a demo video, download the installer, or join the discussion community…all from one info page.