Rocking the Code @Webtrends

Ok, I have some cool code bits, announcements, and other such things.  Some of the code bits will be here "Developer Document", the blog entry for the first example I've written up is here "SDK, ADO.NET DataTable/DataSet, and Code Bits", and then of course the regular sundry of my writings.

There has been an on and off demand internally for some additions to the Webtrends SDK for our DX Web Services offerings, so I added some bits.  The following are a list of the features:

  • Map to DataTable/DataSet from Data Transfer Object.  Alright, I'm going to do a little explaining on this topic.  The DataTable is the standard, years old ADO.NET DataTable that someone can put in with other DataTables in the DataSet.  It basically provides the data pulled from the DX web services in a flattened easy to use DataTable format.
  • Profile & Report Listing Factory.  I added a profile and report listing factory for pulling lists from the DX web services.  This seemed like a no brained, it just needed to be available.
  • I also refactored the Report Factory Methods to accept a string or Uri Object Parameter to retrieve a report from.  This way, if another tool creates a Uri then it can be used directly instead of parsing it apart only to hand of the values to have the factory parse it back together.
  • Last but not least, available in bite size assembly format.  Check out the Webtrends Developers' Website for the bits.

6 thoughts on “Rocking the Code @Webtrends

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  3. I am not much of a guy who thinks in so deeply about web design but I think your post had some valid points in it. Like designers are forced to design stuff within the limited code available and not go beyond it, their innovation is somewhat limited but still I think Web Design won’t die! I agree that Amazon and other some big sites won’t have a blog but now a days it’s very important to have some sort of option available so people can quickly communicate their thoughts. I think Amazon if wants to shift it to that, they can get a customized CMS for themselves.

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