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The 1010data Application Program Interface (API) is a facility whereby a client application running on a user's machine can access and query data on the 1010data database servers.
This group of transactions provides basic functionality for 1010data session control.
This section provides details on transactions used to change or retrieve information about directories.
This section provides details on transactions used to retrieve information about or modify a table.
This group of transactions provides facilities for submitting queries to the system and retrieving the results.
1010data Shared Access Management (SAM) pools provide a way to share a limited number of user accounts with a larger group of people and processes.
PowerLoader provides several transactions for uploading and managing large tables. For tables larger than tens of thousands of rows, use the addtab transaction in favor of the upload transaction.
The Table Tree is an input specification for uploading tables to 1010data.
The users tree is a way of representing access rights and is used in setting the access rights to a table that is saved or uploaded.
The following examples show how to use the XML API.