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DataSlave SDK

DataSlave is designed to be used as a component in other applications. You can provide your users with a sophisticated import / export capability without tying up your development team for months.

The powerful DataSlave SDK provides a series of tools to allow you to:

 
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Build your own add-ins. For example a DataSlave Export Function to support your data structure or product API
 
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Embed the DataSlave runtime to execute a map directly from your application
 
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Embed the DataSlave design environment to allow users to build maps. This can then allow the user to for example:
 
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Clean data, match to your application's data structure and then import
   
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Configure an export from your application's data
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The DataSlave SDK provides:

 
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Full documentation of DataSlave detailing the class libraries
 
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Code samples including as embedded in a .NET app and Add-in Function
 
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1 developer licence for the SDK
 
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1 DataSlave Pro licence for a developer or demonstration machine
 
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1 years subscription support including software updates and 2nd level support
 
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The right to distribute the DataSlave runtime free of royalties
 
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Code for the resource dll allowing you to badge the Map Editor
 
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Access to special rates for consultancy and bespoke development services
 
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Access at a charge to an ESCROW agreement
 
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A special rate to buy the DataSlave Map editor for internal use or the use of your customers

 

There are three versions of the SDK. Please see the following page for more details.

If you want to add a data migration tool to your application contact us to discuss your requirement. We have a great deal of experience of helping ISVs use our data migration .NET components to quickly add data handling to their products.

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