Building Integration Connectors with Dekho – Tutorial Now Available

Oct 15, 2010   //   by admin   //   How to, Other, Screencasts  //  7 Comments
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**This blog post is obsolete.  It does not apply to Dekho 3.2.x nor Dekho 4.0.x**
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System integration is key in Dekho and that is why it is important to understand how system integration happen in Dekho and how you can integrate Dekho to 3rd party systems.

In this tutorial presented by Simon Hope and Ayal Steiner from Esri Australia’s Product Development Group, you will learn:

  1. How integration works
  2. Configure integration queries
  3. Build integration custom tools
  4. Launch web applications from Dekho
  5. Launch desktop applications from Dekho
  6. Launch Dekho from 3rd party systems via a URL

**This blog post is obsolete.  It does not apply to Dekho 3.2.x nor Dekho 4.0.x**
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7 Comments

  • I think there is a problem with the tutorial video. When I try to unzip it I get an “Unexpected end of file” error. Or is it just my machine?

  • Hi Alex
    I just downloaded and it seem to work fine… same for other links…
    Anyone else experiencing issues with this?

  • Im experiencing the issue aswell. Corrput file maybe?

    • Weird… I know some people opened it OK… some even experienced soundtrack issues (which were resolved by downloading the right codec pack like k-lite codec pack)

      We’ll try and make it available as a Vimeo hosted video if the file is not too big…

  • [...] had some folks reporting difficulties viewing the recent tutorial video. We have uploaded the video to Vimeo which is also available for download as a flash video [...]

  • Is it possible to get the Slide Set pdf and the Sample BaseConnector Solution downloads sent to me. They will not download from the Dekho Resource Center

  • This blog post is obsolete.
    Please refer to this : http://www.dekho.com.au/download-gallery/?did=3

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