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The CatTools API is included as a way by which you can directly read from and write to the CatTools database. ??The API can basically perform the same function as the 'Add', 'Remove' and 'Edit' buttons in the CatTools UI.

 

Note: The CatTools API is not available with the Freeware edition of CatTools.

 

If you create an application or code that uses the CatTools API, then you can only run this on the system where CatTools has been installed, as it needs to read the CatTools license details in order to work.

 

The API is limited to database connectivity and accessing of the device and device related data. There are no activity related public classes available within the API to modify activities.

 

The API is accessed using various Classes which are explained in this section.

In addition you will also find sample code to help you get started.

 

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