3 Replies Latest reply: May 21, 2012 4:16 AM by Carl Wilson RSS

    How to cosume the webservice through ARS?

    jagadish patil

      How to cosume the webservice through ARS?

        • 1. How to cosume the webservice through ARS?
          Matt Laurenceau

          It's an action proposed in a filter for example, check UI in Developer Studio.

           

          (moving this Discussion within Product Forums / BMC Atrium / AR System)

          • 2. How to cosume the webservice through ARS?
            snehal mhaske

            Hi Jagdish,

             

            The flow for consuming a web service in AR System is as follows:

             

            Step 1 :- A filter process triggers a Set Fields filter action that sets fields using data from a

            web service.

             

            Step 2 :- The filter uses the mapping information stored on the server to construct an XML

            document with data from the base form and the child form (if any).

             

            Step 3 :- The AR System server sends the XML document to the web service plug-in.

             

            Step 4 :- The web service plug-in receives the XML document, packages it into a SOAP

            request packet, and calls the external web service.

             

            Step 5 :- The external web service replies with the SOAP response packet.

             

            Step 6 :- The web service filter plug-in extracts an XML document from the SOAP packet

            and returns it to the AR System server.

             

            Step 7 :- The AR System server receives the XML document and uses the mapping

            information to parse the document and push data into the current record and any

            child forms.

             

            Step 8 :- The Set Fields filter action is finished.

             

             

            Regards,

            Snehal

            • 3. How to cosume the webservice through ARS?
              Carl Wilson

              Hi,

              please also do a search, Web Services is one of the most asked questions that has been covered multiple times before.

               

               

              Cheers

              Carl

               

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