Service Objects Provides Customized Sample Code
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One of our primary goals as Application Engineers at Service Objects, is to do whatever we can to ensure that clients and prospective clients get up and running with their DOTS validation service and programming language of choice. That’s why we have over 250 different pieces of sample code available to those who want to test our services!
But what if you are interested in integrating multiple services in your application?
Lucky for you, this commitment to getting the data hungry masses up and running with testing our services goes even further. We are dedicated to ensuring that you get the most out of the service(s) that you are testing and assisting with any integration related questions. One of the ways we do this is by writing custom sample code to help our clients and prospective clients integrate our services into their business logic.
What are some examples of custom sample code?
Well I am glad you asked! Need some sample code that will run our NCOA service against 500,000 addresses in a couple hours? No problem. Do you want to get geocode
coordinates from the contact address that comes back from our DOTS Geophone Plus 2? We’ll write you some sample code that will get that done. Does a portion of your address data include a PO Box number reflected as the unit or suite? We can help you leverage the results from our DOTS Address Validation 3 service to programmatically identify those records. Need to use any of our DOTS validation products with asynchronous calls? We can certainly help with that as well.
There are a multitude of other combinations that our services can be used to get you your desired result! If you’re interested in any DOTS validation products and need some assistance in how to get the intended result, please reach out to us here! We will gladly provide a consultation on how to best integrate your service (or services) of choice into your application or we’ll go ahead and write a piece of sample code for you to illustrate best practices when calling a DOTS validation web service.