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  • Converting Returned SPXML to an ADO Object Using the Spotfire S+ Server C# API

    This article targets: TIBCO Spotfire S+ ® Server 8.1 and forward. This article is intended to help you write Web applications or pure C# applications that send S-PLUS expressions to, or call S-PLUS functions on, a TIBCO Spotfire S+ Server. The Expression and Function client APIs both contain an Eval...
    Posted to Weblog by Kathleen Thompson on Thu, Mar 5 2009
  • Use the TIBCO Spotfire S+ Server C# API to Develop an ASP.NET Web Application

    This article targets: TIBCO Spotfire S+ ® Server 8.1 and forward DemographicsStepByStep_CSharpAPI.zip The TIBCO Spotfire S+ Server includes Java ™ and C# APIs for easy integration of computational analytics into any application. In this article, we discuss developing a simple ASP.NET Web application...
    Posted to Weblog by Kathleen Thompson on Tue, Feb 24 2009
  • Use the TIBCO Spotfire S+ Server Java API to Develop a Web Application

    This article targets: TIBCO Spotfire S+ ® Server 8.1 and forward DemographicsStepByStep_JavaAPI.zip The TIBCO Spotfire S+ ® Server includes Java ™ and C# APIs for easy integration of computational analytics into any application. In this article, we discuss developing a simple Web application using the...
    Posted to Weblog by Kathleen Thompson on Tue, Feb 24 2009
  • Use the TIBCO Spotfire S+ Server Java API to Develop a Web Application

    This article targets: TIBCO Spotfire S+ ® Server 8.1 and forward DemographicsStepByStep_JavaAPI.zip The TIBCO Spotfire S+ ® Server includes Java ™ and C# APIs for easy integration of computational analytics into any application. In this article, we discuss developing a simple Web application using the...
    Posted to Weblog by Kathleen Thompson on Tue, Feb 10 2009
  • Use the TIBCO Spotfire S+ Server C# API to Develop an ASP.NET Web Application

    This article targets: TIBCO Spotfire S+ ® Server 8.1 and forward DemographicsStepByStep_CSharpAPI.zip The TIBCO Spotfire S+ Server includes Java ™ and C# APIs for easy integration of computational analytics into any application. In this article, we discuss developing a simple ASP.NET Web application...
    Posted to Weblog by Dan White on Fri, Feb 6 2009
  • Fiddler - Web Debugging Made Easy

    In one of my previous posts , I introduced the TIBCO Spotfire HTTP client. One of the nicest features of this client is that it integrates very well with Fiddler , a tracing tool that is able to capture all network connections to and from an application. I highly recommend anyone writing Spotfire extensions...
    Posted to Weblog by Ehsan Yazdani on Sun, Jan 25 2009
  • Query the Analytics Server URL & the Username

    This article targets: TIBCO Spotfire 2.1 and forward   From the day we released the platform APIs for TIBCO Spotfire, the most requested API feature with regards to connectivity has been to be able to query the Analytics Server URL and the user’s login name. This has actually been possible for quite...
    Posted to Weblog by Ehsan Yazdani on Tue, Dec 9 2008
  • Making Web Requests in Spotfire Extensions

    This article targets: TIBCO Spotfire 2.0 and forward   Introduction If you have ever written a piece of .NET code that deals with network communication, I bet that you recognize the following snippet. You may even have written something similar yourself. Although the code works fine in your regular...
    Posted to Weblog by Ehsan Yazdani on Sat, Nov 22 2008
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