What’s New on Kinetic Community – December 2013

Kinetic Community is the information and interaction hub for users of Kinetic Data software. It’s the place to find and discuss product documentation, videos, presentations, training class materials, downloads, example service items, task handlers, bundles, bridges and more.

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Here is what’s new on the site over the past five weeks:

Microsoft Exchange Appointment Create Handler (December 19, 2013)

This handler uses the Exchange Web Services to create an appointment in Exchange. After checking for various input errors, the handler starts formatting the inputted data so that it will be accepted in the CreateItem XML call to Exchange.

Date Time Compare (December 13, 2013)

How to compare two Date/Time Questions to ensure that one of the answers is less than another.  An example of this would be if you had a Start Date/Time question and an End Date/Time question.  In this situation you would want to ensure that the Start Date/Time answer is less than the End Date/Time answer.

Microsoft SharePoint Bridge (December 5, 2013)

The Microsoft SharePoint Bridge allows you to access data from the SharePoint platform, a web application platform developed by Microsoft. For basic information on how to deploy the SharePoint Bridge, see the Kinetic Data Bridging Getting Started Guide.

Rackspace Handlers (November 15, 2013)

Handlers used for interacting with Rackspace, an open cloud company, to create a server in the Rackspace cloud, delete a server, or create a new volume.

VMWare Bridge (Nobember 12, 2013)

The VMWare Bridge allows you to access data about Virtual Machines from your VMWare Server. For basic information on how to deploy the VMWare Bridge, see the Kinetic Data Bridging Getting Started Guide.

Dropbox Handlers (November 12, 2013)

A set of handlers which interact with Dropbox, to delete files, move files, share a URL for a file on Dropbox, upload a file, or create a Dropbox folder.

To learn more, check out all recent updates and resource additions on Kinetic Community.

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