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engine:on_demand:description [2014/04/10 16:56]
alamy [Hosted Software Platform]
engine:on_demand:description [2018/02/01 18:15] (current)
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 ===== Hosted Software Platform ===== ===== Hosted Software Platform =====
-LTU engine/ON demand is a hosted software platform that provides access to LTU technologies’ comprehensive image recognition functionalities. The LTU engine/ON demand platform is highly flexible and is designed to adjust and scale with changing demands. ​+LTU engine/ON demand is a hosted software platform that provides access to LTU Techcomprehensive image recognition functionalities. The LTU engine/ON demand platform is highly flexible and is designed to adjust and scale with changing demands. ​
  
 A single account for LTU engine/ON demand can be used to add image recognition functionality to multiple applications. A single account for LTU engine/ON demand can be used to add image recognition functionality to multiple applications.
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 See the Administrative Interface section below. See the Administrative Interface section below.
  
-**LTU engine/ON demand** has the same Administrative Interface as the licensed version of LTU software: ​ **LTU engine/​server**. ​  +**LTU engine/ON demand** has the same Administrative Interface as the licensed version of LTU Tech software: ​ **LTU engine/​server**. ​  
 Some aspects unique to LTU engine/ON demand found in comments marked with this symbol: ​ :!:  Some aspects unique to LTU engine/ON demand found in comments marked with this symbol: ​ :!: 
 ===== Application Programmming Interfaces ===== ===== Application Programmming Interfaces =====
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 :!: LTU engine/ON demand users will know to adjust the query examples to the proper /ON demand references. ​ :!: LTU engine/ON demand users will know to adjust the query examples to the proper /ON demand references. ​
  
-SOAP API: SOAP was the API available in the intitial versions LTU engine/ON demand. ​ Its documentation is available on this link: 
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-[[engine:​on_demand:​api-soap|SOAP API]] 
 ===== Integration Check List ===== ===== Integration Check List =====
  
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   ***Development** ​   ***Development** ​
     *List the public IP addresses of all machines that will make direct calls to the API interface. ​     *List the public IP addresses of all machines that will make direct calls to the API interface. ​
-    *Launch sample code provided by LTU technologies ​to check that everything works +    *Launch sample code provided by LTU Tech to check that everything works 
     *Start development and unit test      *Start development and unit test 
     *Validate (pay attention at the refresh delay per application) ​     *Validate (pay attention at the refresh delay per application) ​