Being RESTful with SugarCRM API and Java

bsoremsugar —  February 11, 2013 — 3 Comments

We are currently working with some Large IBM customers with legacy apps requiring integration with SugarCRM.  Their preferred method is via JAVA connector and we have recommended the SugarCRM REST API for a number of reasons including performance and ease of enhancement.

Generally SugarCRM REST API allows you to use both POST and GET request method for the same function.

As the POST method claims to be faster, we will use it for the example below:

Click here to view the full code example

If you have any questions or need assistance with SugarCRM APIs, contact Provident CRM sales@providentcrm.com – Provident are a SugarCRM Gold Partner with offices in London, Munich, Dublin and Vienna.

3 responses to Being RESTful with SugarCRM API and Java

  1. 

    I don’t understand why sugarCRM haven’t implemented the REST api following the JSON standard, for example the JSON needs to be ordered in Sugar, which breaks one of the first requirements of JSON: An object is an unordered set of name/value pairs.

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