Create a Web service reference
The Web service references page appears.
The New web service references dialog box is displayed.
By default, the system automatically saves a new web service
reference in your working category. To store the web service reference in a
different category, select a category on the
The categorization of web services helps restrict access to web services to specific users.When you export/import a process map or a form that has a web service, TotalAgility also exports/imports the category of the web service. If the category does not already exist, TotalAgility also creates the category for the web service.
Select a web
Service type to
configure. Available options are:
SOAP (Default): Specify the URL that references the Web Service Description Language (WSDL) file for the web service. For example, http://localhost/PlatformManagerWs/PlatformManagerWs.asmx?WSDL.
SOAP WCF: Specify a web service with a .svc extension.
See Web services supported by TotalAgility for more information about supported web services.
- Enter a Name for the web service.
- Enter the web service URL.
Endpoint URL for changing
the web service execution location without regenerating the web service proxy
DLLs. For example, use
Endpoint URL to dynamically change the
execution location from Test server to Production server to facilitate
migration. To specify the URL, perform the following steps:
The Endpoint URL must be the location of the web service and not the WSDL link. Use an Endpoint URL only for SOAP and WCF. The Endpoint URL does not support RESTful web services.
- Click Yes for Endpoint URL. (Default: No)
- Enter the endpoint URL.
To control access to the web service and not just restrict access
to the configured
Enterprise services account, perform the following steps:
- Click Yes for User credentials. (Default: No)
- Enter the endpoint Username and Password.
To add a custom header to a web service, perform the following
- Click for Custom header.
- Enter a Name, such as Host.
- Enter a Value, such as localhost.
- Click Add.
- Click Save.
Create a web service activity or add a web service event to interact with internet web services. You can call any web service with a public class and public methods from a web service activity. Each public method has a list of parameters to which you must assign variables.