Extending Omnis

Omnis Software Ltd

Released May 2023
Updated Jun 2023 Revision 35439
Updated Oct 2023 Revision 35659
Updated Mar 2024 Revision 36251

About This Manual

This manual describes all the features in Omnis Studio that allow you to extend the capabilities of Omnis Studio for creating full-featured enterprise and multi-tier applications. For example, it covers topics as diverse as Web Services, using the OJSON component, and using the OW3 Worker Objects.

You should read the Omnis Programming manual before this one, to learn about the general tasks and techniques required for creating Omnis applications. In addition to this manual, there are the Omnis Reference manuals, and a comprehensive Help system describing the Omnis Studio commands, functions, and the notation, available from within the Omnis Studio development environment using the F1 key.


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