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.
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