I’m not sure how many of you noticed, but with the arrival of CygNet 8.1.3 came a fresh face in town to help with all your API woes (well, some of them anyway). Our first round of .NET API assemblies were unleashed into the world to bring hope and joy to all who write their own integration applications on top of the CygNet system.
Up until this point, you’ve had a couple of different tools at your disposal. CygNet ODBC, the COM scripting API, and the Enterprise Integration Suite are some of the different options you have to select from when you want to build an application to interact with CygNet. Each of these tools has its own set of advantages and disadvantages.