It’s been a really busy week since I posted my first post on Exchange Web Services. I have learned a lot in that short period of time that I want to share with you. Whether you are an OpenEdge, Java or .NET developer, I think this post is going to have some information for all of you.
In my first post, I told you about the background story – I need to enable an OpenEdge CRM application to create, modify and delete calendar and task items in Microsoft Exchange. I also need Exchange to let me know any time a calendar or task item is changed so that I can update the OpenEdge database accordingly. Simple use cases.
When I left off last week, my next step was to get Exchange subscriptions working, and, boy, what a trip that has been.