APIs by Example: Data Queue APIs and CL Commands

Last time, I showed you how to make API-provided functions available through CL command interfaces, and today I offer another couple of examples of doing that. However, this time I use the APIs directly as the command’s CPP, and I demonstrate the techniques required to accomplish that.

The focus of this and upcoming issues of APIs by Example will, however, be the Data Queue APIs. Data Queues provide a speedy, versatile, and functional program-to-program communication method and also provide a perfect coupling and transaction layer in modern application design models, aiming at separating the data processing and business logic from the presentation layer.

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