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RightCalc is a cloud-hosted price calculation software solution developed for the insurance and financial services sectors.

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Integrating your existing systems with your RightCalc calculation couldn't be easier. Just a few simple steps to get you started

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Choose an output group:

Output groups allow you to choose which calculation result values to share with external systems.

For example, your internal accounting system may require information on tax, component costs and profit margins but you may not wish to share this information with a 3rd party who only needs to know the product's final price

What type of system do you want to integrate?
Windows (using SOAP)
A custom DLL will be created which you can reference from your system. Code examples are provided to get you started
Other (using SOAP)
A WSDL file will be provided which defines how the web service can be called, what parameters it expects and what data structures it returns.
Other (RESTful)
Details of our REST interface will be provided. You can request an XML document by issuing a simple HTTP GET request
  1. Download the purpose-built proxy DLL
    is built specifically for '' and the Output Group
  2. Add a reference to this DLL from your project
  3. View Example Code
using ;

// First, create proxy using your security key
// This tells RightCalc who you are and which output values to return
var proxy = new CalculationProxy("");

// Next, specify your arguments
var arguments = new CalculationArguments{};

// Finally, call
var result = proxy.(arguments);

' Note: You must first register the DLL using the .NET regasm tool

' First, create proxy using your security key
' This tells RightCalc who you are and which output values to return
Set objProxyFactory = CreateObject(".CalculationProxyFactory")
objProxyFactory.SecurityKey = ""

Set objProxy = objProxyFactory.Build()

' Next, specify your arguments
Set objArgs = objProxy.CreateArguments()

' Finally, call
Set objResult = objProxy.(objArgs)

** Note: You must first register the DLL using the .NET regasm tool

** First, create proxy using your security key
** This tells RightCalc who you are and which output values to return
loProxyFactory = CREATEOBJECT(".CalculationProxyFactory")
loProxyFactory.SecurityKey = ""

loProxy = loProxyFactory.Build()

** Next, specify your arguments
loArgs = loProxy.CreateArguments()

** Finally, call
loResult = loProxy.(loArgs)

RightCalc provides a RESTful (REpresentational State Transfer) web service which is an architectural style built around the transfer of representations of resources.

RightCalc considers a price to be a resource which can be obtained using a standard HTTP GET request. The address is constructed in the following way:

    See an example

    You can use the standard SOAP Protocol to connect to RightCalc

    The RightCalc WSDL document describes how the web service can be called, what parameters it expects and what data structures it returns.

    More Info:

    Automatic publication will occur when the server reaches the time and date specifed.

    Current server time is 23-Apr-2014 15:24:58

    Are you sure you want to publish calculation '' immediately?

    Once published the calculation may be used by authorised external systems and cannot be modified further unless a new version is created

    Are you sure you want to delete calculation '' immediately?