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Web API Developer Guide

The eServices Web API Server enables you to write client applications that support chat and e-mail interactions.

These operations are performed by using REST API calls with a Web Application Server—such as Tomcat, Jetty, WebSphere, or WebLogic.

Architecture

Although built using the Genesys Platform SDK version 8.1.4, you do not need to use our SDKs to build a working client.

Genesys now provides developers with the capability to build applications that can interact with the Genesys Web API Server through a simple REST API, rather than requiring the use of a complicated software framework.

What is REST?

REST stands for Representational State Transfer, and is stateless, and Genesys uses a Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) REST API.

REST uses a client-server model, with cacheable communications protocol.

REST uses resources and actions instead of methods and data types. Resources are URLs that reference the object where you want to perform an action.

The Web API Server enables you to access a RESTful API to perform common functions such as conducting a chat session or sending an e-mail message.

You can learn more about REST at Wikipedia and other sites.

What is in this guide?

  • About the Chat Service—This section describes the chat portion of the Genesys Web API Server REST API and provides guidance for developers building chat-related client applications.
  • About the Email Service—This section describes the e-mail portion of the Genesys Web API Server REST API and provides guidance for developers building e-mail-related client applications.
This page was last modified on September 6, 2018, at 10:04.

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