Work Management Web Services

Developer’s Guide

Welcome to the Work Management Web Services Developer’s Guide. This documentation is divided into two sections:

  • The Overview section explains the key features and concepts that you need to understand before getting started with the Work Management Web Services. It includes an overview of each service, along with details of the specific programming concepts that are involved. It also contains example code that shows how to use the services.
  • The Reference section contains detailed reference documentation for each service.

Document Information

Issue: 4.5

Date: April 2018

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