WebAPI – Overview

Toolbox WebAPI – ready for integration with other systems

The QSAR Toolbox features a powerful WebAPI that opens the system to interaction with other tools. The exposed services may be used by software developers to create applications that interface with the QSAR Toolbox and obtain chemical identity data, calculated parameter values, profiling results, etc. Experienced users may use the Toolbox Web Services to feed data into pipeline systems or to process vast arrays of data in batches.

Available services

  • searching for chemicals
  • obtaining structure information
  • profiling
  • calculating parameters
  • generating metabolites
  • retrieving data
WebAPI 1 - WebAPI
As of version 4.5, the QSAR Toolbox comes with an updated WebAPI which is self hosted and requires simpler deployment. It can be run either locally using the Toolbox WebSuite (a separate application supplied with the installation) or deployed using the LMC.Toolbox.WebAPI.exe (found in the bin folder of the Toolbox Server) optionally specifying the required host and port to bind to. The WebAPI is self hosted using an integrated Kestrel web server.