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The SOAP Tool allows one to invoke call to webservice for integration purpose to return useful information from external sources into the process instance.
Figure 1: SOAP Tool Properties
|WSDL URL||Webservice WSDL URL to be called.|
|Operation Name||Operation Name|
|Username||Credential - Username|
|Password||Credential - Password|
|Parameters||Values in sequence order of the operation parameters.|
SOAP Body (XML)
|The XML content of <soap:Body> tag. Parameters setting is ignored when SOAP Body is used.|
SOAP Action is required when SOAP Body is used and SOAP version is 1.1
Figure 2: SOAP Tool Properties - Store to Form
|Form||Target form to store data.|
|Base XML Object Name for Multirow Data||If returned data is intended to an array / multirow data, define the path to the array.|
Figure 3: SOAP Tool Properties - Store to Workflow Variable
|Workflow Variable Mapping|
Figure 4: SOAP Tool Properties - Advanced
|Debug Mode||When checked, debug messages will be printed out in the server log for troubleshooting purpose.|
Enable the Debug Mode to for troubleshooting purpose. In the server's console, one will see the returned formatted data as the following.
Below is a sample app to make a webservice call to http://www.webservicex.net/airport.asmx?op=GetAirportInformationByCountry.
The sample app below contains a SOAP call to the operation name GetStockQuote from http://www.restfulwebservices.net/wcf/StockQuoteService.svc?wsdl.
When Debug Mode is enabled, the output will be similar to the following: