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EWS server writeable ValueItems

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mike_meirovitz
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EWS server writeable ValueItems

Hi,

 

We are developing an EWS server. When we define a ValueItem as Writeable, and the value is manually modified by EBO user, how the EWS server gets a message about the new value?

 

Thank you.

 

Mike


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Nick-Iebba
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Re: EWS server writeable ValueItems

What you would want to do is write a Custom EWS Server, and a custom SetValuesProcessor. Each request that is received from an EWS SOAP client to a native SmartConnector EWS Server is handled by a unique request processor; in this case, your "SetValuesProcessor" will provide custom handling for the "SetValues" method.

 

When you get a request sent to the server, you will know when values are changed. In that custom processor, when a successful SetValues happens, add custom logic to do what you want with that information.

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Nick-Iebba
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Re: EWS server writeable ValueItems

What you would want to do is write a Custom EWS Server, and a custom SetValuesProcessor. Each request that is received from an EWS SOAP client to a native SmartConnector EWS Server is handled by a unique request processor; in this case, your "SetValuesProcessor" will provide custom handling for the "SetValues" method.

 

When you get a request sent to the server, you will know when values are changed. In that custom processor, when a successful SetValues happens, add custom logic to do what you want with that information.

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Re: EWS server writeable ValueItems

Thank you Nick!

Mike