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Is there a Java SDK for QuickBase?

Yes, there is, the source is available from GitHub: https://github.com/QuickbaseAdmirer/QuickBase-Java-SDK

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Quickbase SDK for JAVA 1.7 and above

Hi,

Is there a quickbase SDK for JAVA 1.7 and above?

 

-Vaidehi

Hi Vaidehi, The QuickBase

Hi Vaidehi,

 

The QuickBase Java SDK is provided as-is, as an open source tool. With that in mind we would need to defer to the developer community to extend the SDKs as needed. I'm sorry for the confusion.

 

Thanks,

Brian

You can download the class

You can download the class decompiler and eclipse plugin from http://java.decompiler.free.fr/.  This will allow you to simply copy and paste the source code from the existing jar and re-compile it with any jdk from 1.4.2 and up.  I've used it and it worked like a charm, no muss, no fuss.

 

- Gabe

Is there a version of the QuickBase Java SDK compat. with Java 5

The version at (https://www.quickbase.com/up/6mztyxu8/g/rc6/en/va/quickbase.zip) has been compiled with Java 6 and requires it be running using Java 6. I need a version that runs under Java 5. Where can a version compatible with Java 5 be found?

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