09-08-2010 05:21 AM
Saleslogix is a fully licensed product. Contact your BP for the installation document and instructions for the Saleslogix web. Coming to integration can you explain what do you mean? Whether you need to trigger Saleslogix web at any point of the PHP website or whether you need to push or pull any data from PHP site to Saleslogix.
11-02-2010 06:19 AM
In that case, there are differnet ways to do this. The best way is to use sData Portal (if you are using SLX 7.5 Web).
The other way is to write a dot net webservice to query the data from the SLX Database by using SLX OLEDB Provider(the reason why you need to SLX OLEDB Provider is if you want to insert any data or update any data in SLX DB from out side you should use SLX OLEDB Provider while building the connection in web service) and host it on the SLX Production Server Machine.
11-03-2010 05:45 AM
I suggest that you speak to your SLX business partner to get some input. This is not something that can be explained in a five-minute post on this forum. Using SData to integrate with SLX is an advanced topic which requires a significant investment of time to get up to speed.
12-23-2010 03:53 PM
I definitely agree with Phil that contacting a local Sage SalesLogix business partner is advised.
Please see this web site for an overview and details about the Sage SData ReST style web services that Sage SalesLogix and other Sage products can be configured to expose for integration purposes.
01-25-2011 07:13 AM - edited 01-25-2011 07:13 AM
There is an import/export tool that should be able to help you, called Starfish ETL. It has a SData connector built in, so integrating data with a cloud or hosted instance of Saleslogix should be very easy. You can get more info and download a trial at http://www.starfishetl.com. No need to write your own code to implement SData. Hope this helps.