Though you don’t see me talking much about the M3 REST services (mainly because the meta-data was broken when I first went to play with them), they are there and they are very handy and I actually used them with a 3PL application I developed for my old employer.
I have a customer embarking upon an Upgrade-X project, and in the process of validating I noticed that the M3-API-WS was missing
It turns out that it has moved in to the BE
But that’s not the kewl thing. If we go to its Grid Management Pages -> API Repository we get descriptions!
And if we click on a MI program it gets even better
And still, more details :-O
Credit to the developers for adding this information!
I don’t know how many hours in frustration I’ve spent dealing with the APIs.