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How to create Web Service by API

Posted on 2015-02-18
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The company is hosting our eCommerce. I need to create SSIS Package retrieving closed orders. I can do it by two ways: either go to website and manually execute CSV Export that creates CSV file or executing in browser API returning closed orders in scramble format. I have API and I need to create if possible Web Service by this API so I can create Web Service Task and retrieve data by the task.

Here is URL I am calling API:

https://mycompany.com/wc-api/v2/orders?consumer_key=KEY&consumer_secret=KEY&created_at_min=2015-02-17&filter%5bpost_status%5d=completed

Since I am new to Web Services probably I looking to the wrong direction.
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Question by:Burzhuin
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Rainer Jeschor earned 500 total points
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Hi,
this kind of URL looks more like a REST service than a classical web service from SSIS. Therefore (and taking your other questions into consideration) I assume a "normal" web client / HTTP request with propper JSON response handling should do the trick.
HTH
Rainer
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