B1SLayer 1.3.2

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dotnet add package B1SLayer --version 1.3.2                
NuGet\Install-Package B1SLayer -Version 1.3.2                
This command is intended to be used within the Package Manager Console in Visual Studio, as it uses the NuGet module's version of Install-Package.
<PackageReference Include="B1SLayer" Version="1.3.2" />                
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add B1SLayer --version 1.3.2                
#r "nuget: B1SLayer, 1.3.2"                
#r directive can be used in F# Interactive and Polyglot Notebooks. Copy this into the interactive tool or source code of the script to reference the package.
// Install B1SLayer as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=B1SLayer&version=1.3.2

// Install B1SLayer as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=B1SLayer&version=1.3.2                


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A lightweight SAP Business One Service Layer client for .NET

B1SLayer aims to provide:

  • Fluent and easy Service Layer requests
  • Automatic session management
  • Automatic retry of failed requests

How to use it

Firstly I highly recommend reading my blog post on SAP Community where I go into more details, but here's a couple examples of what's possible (but not limited to) with B1SLayer:

/* The connection object. All Service Layer requests and the session management are handled by this object
 * and therefore only one instance per company/user should be used across the entire application.
 * If you want to connect to multiple databases or use different users, you will need multiple instances.
 * There's no need to manually Login! The session is managed automatically and renewed whenever necessary.
var serviceLayer = new SLConnection("https://sapserver:50000/b1s/v1", "CompanyDB", "manager", "12345");

// Request monitoring/logging available through the methods BeforeCall, AfterCall and OnError.
// The FlurlCall object provides various details about the request and the response.
serviceLayer.AfterCall(async call =>
    Console.WriteLine($"Request: {call.HttpRequestMessage.Method} {call.HttpRequestMessage.RequestUri}");
    Console.WriteLine($"Body sent: {call.RequestBody}");
    Console.WriteLine($"Response: {call.HttpResponseMessage?.StatusCode}");
    Console.WriteLine(await call.HttpResponseMessage?.Content?.ReadAsStringAsync());
    Console.WriteLine($"Call duration: {call.Duration.Value.TotalSeconds} seconds");

// Performs a GET on /Orders(823) and deserializes the result in a custom model class
var order = await serviceLayer.Request("Orders", 823).GetAsync<MyOrderModel>();

// Performs a GET on /BusinessPartners with query string and header parameters supported by Service Layer
// The result is deserialized in a List of a custom model class
var bpList = await serviceLayer.Request("BusinessPartners")
    .Filter("startswith(CardCode, 'c')")
    .Select("CardCode, CardName")

// Performs a GET on /AlternateCatNum specifying the record through a composite primary key
// The result is deserialized in a dynamic object
var altCatNum = await serviceLayer

// Performs multiple GET requests on /Items until all entities in the database are obtained
// The result is an IList of your custom model class (unwrapped from the 'value' array)
var allItemsList = await serviceLayer.Request("Items").Select("ItemCode").GetAllAsync<MyItemModel>();

// Performs a POST on /Orders with the provided object as the JSON body, 
// creating a new order and deserializing the created order in a custom model class
var createdOrder = await serviceLayer.Request("Orders").PostAsync<MyOrderModel>(myNewOrderObject);

// Performs a PATCH on /BusinessPartners('C00001'), updating the CardName of the Business Partner
await serviceLayer.Request("BusinessPartners", "C00001").PatchAsync(new { CardName = "Updated BP name" });

// Performs a PATCH on /ItemImages('A00001'), adding or updating the item image
await serviceLayer.Request("ItemImages", "A00001").PatchWithFileAsync(@"C:\ItemImages\A00001.jpg");

// Performs a POST on /Attachments2 with the provided file as the attachment (other overloads available)
var attachmentEntry = await serviceLayer.PostAttachmentAsync(@"C:\files\myfile.pdf");

// Batch requests! Performs multiple operations in SAP in a single HTTP request
var req1 = new SLBatchRequest(
    HttpMethod.Post, // HTTP method
    "BusinessPartners", // resource
    new { CardCode = "C00001", CardName = "I'm a new BP" }) // object to be sent as the JSON body
    .WithReturnNoContent(); // Adds the header "Prefer: return-no-content" to the request

var req2 = new SLBatchRequest(HttpMethod.Patch,
    new { CardName = "This is my updated name" });

var req3 = new SLBatchRequest(HttpMethod.Delete, "BusinessPartners('C00001')");

HttpResponseMessage[] batchResult = await serviceLayer.PostBatchAsync(req1, req2, req3);

// Performs a POST on /Logout, ending the current session
await serviceLayer.LogoutAsync();

Get it on NuGet

PM> Install-Package B1SLayer

dotnet add package B1SLayer

Special thanks

B1Slayer is based and depends on the awesome Flurl library, which I highly recommend checking out. Thanks, Todd!

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