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OEBPM: Exposing REST API

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EnvironmentProduct: OpenEdge
Version: 11.3.3, 11.6.x
OS: All supported platforms
Other: OpenEdge BPM
Question/Problem Description
Can OpenEdge BPM Web Service Adapter call a REST web service? 
Can OpenEdge BPM be called using REST web services? 
Steps to Reproduce
Clarifying Information
This was also an Enhancement Request from Savvion product, Enhancement # RPM00040692.
Error Message
Defect/Enhancement NumberEnhancement
Cause
Resolution
It was determined that the Progress Product is functioning as designed, however review the workaround section for there different alternatives.

An enhancement to the product can be requested through the Progress Community via an Ideas submission. Customer feedback is valuable and Idea submissions are monitored by our Product Management team. Enhancement requests are reviewed during the planning phase of each new product release and a list of the enhancements chosen for implementation can be found in the Release Notes documents that accompany each release. Once an Idea is submitted the Progress Software Community will have the opportunity to comment on and vote for the Idea.

For detailed information on how to submit an Idea, please refer to Knowledge Base article 000010839, How to submit an idea for a Progress product enhancement .
Workaround
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References to other documentation:

Progress article(s):

000032271, Does Savvion support RESTFUL webservice ?.
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