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how can I use the context broker using Java, is there any API?

asked 2016-05-04 03:40:14 +0200

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I am wondering if there is any API in java that can use in the Context Broker

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answered 2016-05-05 17:57:18 +0200

Fermín Galán gravatar image

At the present moment, it isn't any "official" Java-based client framework for the NGSI API implemented by Orion Context Broker. Some users have developed their own (e.g. https://github.com/jonaslins/fiwareOr...) but we don't know about their maturity or if they are mantained or not. I'd suggest your contact these users directly.

You could use generic REST client frameworks in Java (you could have a look to this question at SOFfor some alternatives). Maybe the following package from Cygnus (which acts as REST client to interact with Orion and CKAN) could be useful: https://github.com/telefonicaid/fiwar...

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answered 2017-04-09 04:29:55 +0200

Sergio Serrano gravatar image

Hi, as Fermin already said there is not an official java framework for the NGSI API, nevertheless, speaking in high level terms all you need is an HTTP server and a JSON-string parser. There is plenty of documention for both of these subjects in Java on internet.

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