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Use Brickset database for a homemade software

BorgataBorgata Member Posts: 22
edited June 2012 in The Database
I'd like to create a little software that allow me to catalogue my sets (and will have some functions I need).

In order to pre-write some textfields, I thought to use Brickset's database, because it is complete and opportunely updated.

So I'd like to know:
- Are there problems to do that? I mean, do you allow to external softwares to access the database or it is forbidden? I don't want to do nothing that defiles some rule or that don't like to the owner of the database.
- Is there a documentation that explain how to access the database?



  • HuwHuw Administrator Posts: 7,120
    You can access the entire database using web services which are documented here

    There are other methods but this is the preferred, and supported, method.
  • BorgataBorgata Member Posts: 22
    Thanks, that's what I need. :)
  • wag966wag966 Member Posts: 1
    hi, I also want to build something on Access to check other sets that I can build with my inventory. how can I download the database ? link above said that I´m not allowed to access.
  • ricecakericecake Member Posts: 878
    Here is the updated link:

  • HuwHuw Administrator Posts: 7,120
    You might want to try which integrates with Brickset and has already done the hard work.
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