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VLOG: Using Notification Services with SignalR to get Alerted on Changes in Acumatica

Yuriy Zaletskyy | December 1, 2020

There are plenty of cases when some 3rd party application or service needs to be updated of any changes made in Acumatica. One of the common ways developers achieve this is by sending Acumatica a number of requests through APIs. However, this quickly exhausts the limit of the number of API calls a developer can make to Acumatica. To get around this limitation, we can enlist the help of Push Notifications and Microsoft’s SignalR.  This is an efficient way of getting notifications directly to your services. In this VLOG, I’ll demonstrate, showcasing how you can get notifications right into your services, or even into thin-clients applications.

To watch the VLOG, click on the video below:

Using Notification Services with SignalR to get Alerted on Changes in Acumatica

 

Here is the follow up with a blog post with all the code which you can use to jumpstart your own development using these methods.

Happy coding!

Yuriy Zaletskyy

Yuriy started programming in 2003 using C++ and FoxPro then switching to .Net in 2006. Beginning in 2013, he has been actively developing applications using the Acumatica xRP Framework, developing solutions for many clients over the years. He has a personal blog, aptly named Yuriy Zaletskyy’s Blog, where he has been documenting programming issues he’s run into over the past six years – sharing his observations and solutions freely with other Acumatica developers.

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