Saving results to other systems through a web service address

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With CountThings from Photos app you can send your results to other systems anywhere in the world through a web service address.

Your results will have a JSON structure that can be converted or integrated to your database data or other systems.

If you don’t have a Web Service Address already set by your IT department, but you want to test this functionality, we recommend to use our sample Web Service Address: https://countthings.com/SendTestResults

To check the results, use this page: https://countthings.com/ShowTestResults

Table of Contents:


Send results from CountThings From Photos Windows Software

  1. From Main screen, click Settings.
  2. Click Integration and open Post Data Options.

  3. Add your Web Service Address and choose when the data to be send based on the workflow you need to set.
    Note: The Web Service Address is setup by your IT department as a connection to your Database or any other systems you are using.
  4. Open Forms.
  5. Add New Form and name it.
  6. Add web Post button, click Edit and then Settings.
    Note: if you already have a form that you are using, open it and add the web Post button there.
  7. Post Data Settings window will open.
  8. Select your Web Service Address and what data to send from the dropdown lists available (default, your form).
  9. Select Json format and Use Verify Connection to test the connection to your Web Service Address.
  10. After the setup is done, click Ok, then Save & Exit and Save.
  11. In the Main screen, you will have the form with the web Post button.
    During the counting and saving results process, the button will be automatically activated based on your selected workflow from Step 4.

Send results from CountThings From Photos iOS and Android apps

  1. From Main screen, click Settings.
  2. Then click Saving & Integration option to control what is saved and where the results are saved.
  3. On Saving & Integration screen open External Web Service.

  4. Enable Send results to web service.

  5. Add your Web Service Address.
    The Web Service Address is set up by your IT department as a connection to your Database or any other systems you are using.
  6. Choose the type of information you need to send.
  7. Use Send test results option to test the connection to your Web Service Address.
  8. Go back to Main screen, Take New Photo, Count and Save it.
    During the saving process, the results will be sent automatically to your systems too through the Web Service Address set up.

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