Sunday, July 27, 2014

Rest service handlers Feature pack 6 vs 7

Representational State Transfer (REST) is a lightweight framework for designing applications that use HTTP to make calls. REST uses HTTP to perform the Create, Read, Update, and Delete (CRUD) operations between client and server. Applications interact with the services using HTTP, POST, PUT, GET, and DELETE operations.
WebSphere Commerce uses Representational State Transfer (REST) services to provide a framework that can be used to develop RESTful applications on several platforms. These platforms can include Web, mobile, kiosks, and social applications. This gives a lot of flexibility and allows commerce applications to create their own front end.

Rest handlers in feature pack 6 out of the box:

Rest handlers in feature pack 7 out of the box: In feature pack 7:
 REST services help facilitate the invocation of classic controller commands and the activation of data beans. They aim to provide a framework that is easy to learn and customize. The framework lets you create custom REST resource handlers that invoke controller commands to perform add, update and delete operations, or activate data beans to retrieve data


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