BlackBerry Web Services for BlackBerry Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) allows administrators and developers to securely perform automated tasks via C#/Java/PowerShell/REST calls, instead of interacting directly with the UEM administration console. These calls allow you to streamline the organization and management of your UEM domain and the users/devices within it.
With the recent release of BlackBerry Unified Endpoint Management 12.6 (which was formerly known as BES), the capabilities of the BlackBerry UEM Web Services offering has been expanded to include additional functions and improved usability for developers leveraging RESTful calls. BlackBerry UEM Web Services are a collection of REST APIs that you can use to create applications to manage your organization’s environment. You can use the BlackBerry UEM Web Services to automate many of the tasks that administrators typically perform using the management console. For example, you can create an application that automates the process of adding user accounts to the domain.
If you’re new to BlackBerry UEM Web Services or interested in leveraging its functionality, complete product documentation and development guides can be found at: https://help.blackberry.com/en/blackberry-web-services-for-blackberry-uem/12.6/
Additionally, the API Reference can be found at: https://developer.blackberry.com/files/bws/reference/bes12/
The updated sample applications demonstrating how to use BlackBerry UEM Web Services are available within the BlackBerry GitHub repository at github.com/blackberry/BWS-Samples.
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