The VerisDotNet™ SDK makes it faster, easier, and more user-friendly
than ever to start using the Veris® Social Security number validation
and other web services. Using the VerisDotNet™ SDK has the following
advantages over previously-available methods of access:
- No need for any user-written code or third-party add-on libraries to
handle XML. All XML is handled behind the scenes by the Dot Net Common
Language Runtime (CLR).
- Deal only with Dot Net objects - never look at a single line of XML!
- Just incorporate the VerisDotNet™ SDK module in the appropriate language, add I/O code, and you're ready to go!
- When you upgrade your client program to utilize the
VerisDotNet™ SDK, you minimize the code base that you need to maintain.
You provide the I/O code that meets your needs on your end, and let us
handle the code to communicate with the server on our end.
To illustrate just how easy it is to start running queries using the
VerisDotNet™ SDK, here is a simple C# program which actually
performs a Social Search query and shows the overall "yay or nay"
private void RunVerisSocialSearch()
SocialSearchAgent ssa = new SocialSearchAgent();
SocialSearchQueryType ssq = new SocialSearchQueryType();
ssq.UserID = "username";
ssq.Password = "password";
ssq.Record = new SocialSearchQueryRecordType
ssq.Record.Ssn = "001-01-0001";
ssq.Record.Dob = "1902-04-16";
ssr = ssa.SocialSearch(ssq);
MessageBox.Show("SSN is " +
And here is the same program in Visual Basic:
Private Sub RunVerisSocialSearch()
Dim ssa As New SocialSearchAgent()
Dim ssq As New SocialSearchQueryType()
Dim ssr As SocialSearchResponseType
ssq.UserID = "username"
ssq.Password = "password"
ssq.Record = New SocialSearchQueryRecordType(0) _
ssq.Record(0).Ssn = "001-01-0001"
ssq.Record(0).Dob = "1902-04-16"
ssr = ssa.SocialSearch(ssq)
MessageBox.Show("SSN is " + _