Get going quickly using Intacct Web Services with the Intacct SDK for .NET. The SDK allows you to work with pre-built objects instead of directly with the underlying XML API.

The Intacct SDK for .NET is actively being developed. This is a developer preview that should not be used in a production environment.

The Intacct SDK for .NET is licensed under Apache v2.0. Please read and accept this before using the SDK.

System Requirements

Quick Install

Install the SDK using NuGet:

PM> Install-Package Intacct.SDK

You can also visit the NuGet package page.

Quick Example

using Intacct.Sdk;
using Intacct.Sdk.Xml;
using Intacct.Sdk.Functions.Common;
using System;
using System.Threading.Tasks;

namespace ConsoleApplication1
    class Program
        static void Main(string[] args)
                SdkConfig config = new SdkConfig()
                    SenderId = "senderid",
                    SenderPassword = "senderpassword",
                    CompanyId = "company",
                    UserId = "user",
                    UserPassword = "pass",
                IntacctClient client = new IntacctClient(config);

                Console.WriteLine("Current Company ID: " + client.SessionCreds.CurrentCompanyId);
                Console.WriteLine("Current User ID: " + client.SessionCreds.CurrentUserId);

                Read read = new Read()
                    ObjectName = "VENDOR",
                Content content = new Content();

                Task<SynchronousResponse> response = client.Execute(content);


                Console.WriteLine("Read function control ID: " + response.Result.Control.ControlId);

                Console.WriteLine("Number of vendor objects read: " + response.Result.Operation.Results[0].Count);
            catch (Exception ex)
                Console.WriteLine("Exception caught: " + ex.Message);


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