In Sage X3 Version 7 and later, REST services are available to access various entities. These REST services return data in a JSON format, and can be consumed from .net. This post provide some .net examples of making REST requests to Sage X3, and parsing the data.
In versions of Sage X3 prior to Update 9, a web services test console was available through a web browser. Beginning with PU9, this functionality is no longer available. Classic SOAP Web Service testing can now be done within the X3 website. The lack of the test console has caused some confusion for many who are upgrading to PU9. Below are the steps for testing Classic SOAP Web Services from within X3.
Publishing the Web Services
The classic SOAP web services are created and published in the same way as prior versions, by publishing the object or subprogram as a web service.
A few steps must be taken to enable the SOAP Web Services. These options can all be found within the Administration section of X3.
Hosts Web Service Setup
From the Administration section, go to the Servers \ Hosts.