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Need to access a Third Party API

 
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Hi friends,

Could someone please guide me, how to pass a request to a third-party API along with the parameters.

Either they provide us with a package?

Currently i registered with a third party API and they give me the login credentials but since its a start-up company they didnt provide me with any documentation.

Please help me out
 
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Rajkumar balakrishnan wrote: Could someone please guide me, how to pass a request to a third-party API along with the parameters.



Are you talking about an HTTP request? If so, you can use HttpURLConnection (sample code) or Apache Commons HttpClient!
 
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^^

Thanks friend. But i will rather go for Web Services as the response will be an XML file.

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