Symantec Workspace Streaming SDK includes several web services. You can access them by using the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP). A Web Services Description Language (WSLD) document exposes the interface. The WSLD document provides details on the published methods and objects. The Workspace Streaming web services are separated into multiple areas of management. Each area has its own WSDL file.
This Quick Start Guide explains you through developing clients in the Visual Basic and Java languages. However, most programming languages, such as C#, Visual Basic, C++, Java, and Python, provide support for SOAP web services. Most languages also let you use the WSLD document to automatically generate proxy classes.
You must meet the following requirements to use the Symantec Workspace Streaming SDK:
- The Workspace Streaming web services require Workspace Streaming 6.1 or later.
- Applications accessing the web services must be able to contact the server that hosts the Streaming Console.
- You must have an account on your Workspace Streaming system.