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Service Objects has created libraries for our most recommended programming languages and services. To use these, please download your library of choice from https://www.serviceobjects.com/developers/sample-code and follow the appropriate instructions below.  These libraries integrate best practices and fail over integration and can be used to get up and running with the service quickly and easily.



  1. Download the dll and add reference to it in your Visual Studio project by right clicking referenced and then select Add Reference

  2. Include the using state at the top of your project

  3. Call the web service using the below snippet of code* and handle the response accordingly.

Please note, if you are using a trial key submit a boolean of false at the end of the method call to access our trial endpoints. If you are using a production key, submit the bool as true.


  1. Download the .jar file and add the reference to in your project*




  2. Include the import statement at the top of your project file.

  3. Call the web service using the below snippet of code** and handle the response accordingly.

*Depending on your IDE this may look differently or require alternate steps.

**Please note, if you are using a trial key submit a boolean of false at the end of the method call to access our trial endpoints. If you are using a production key, submit the bool as true.


  1. Download the Class Library and put it in a location that can be easily referenced by your project.
  2. Reference the class in your project with the below code:

  3. Call the service* as shown below and handle the service accordingly.



*Please note, if you are using a trial key submit a boolean of false at the end of the method call to access our trial endpoints. If you are using a production key, submit the bool as true.


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