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How to Call SOAP API from VBCS?

Rohit Joshi - October 23, 2023 - 0 comments - 11 Views

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In this blog, we will show you how to call SOAP API from VBCS in six simple steps.

Step 1: Log in to Oracle VBCS:

Go to the Oracle VBCS URL and log in to your account.

Step 2: Create a New Project or Open an Existing Project:

You can either create a new project or open an existing one where you want to add the SOAP connection.

Step 3: Create a New Connection:

Click the “+ Connection” button to create a new connection.

Step 4: Configure the SOAP Connection:

Fill in the details for the SOAP connection.

Name: Give your connection a meaningful name.

WSDL URL: Provide the URL of the WSDL file for the SOAP service you want to connect to. This URL should point to the service’s WSDL description, typically ending in “?wsdl”.

Authentication: Depending on the service’s security requirements, you may need to configure authentication. This can include basic authentication, token-based authentication, or other methods. Enter the authentication details as required.

Headers: You can add custom SOAP headers if necessary. These might include security tokens, authentication information, or any other headers required by the service.

Step 5:  Put the example request and response, and media type for request and response will be “application/soap+xml”.

Step 6: Now, test the end point by providing request and media type “application/soap+xml”.

Now click on the send request button.

We will get the response in base 64 format, encode this base 64 format data using custom javascript function.

If you have any doubts or would like to learn more about how to call SOAP API from VBCS , then drop us an email at [email protected].

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