Gatesgopal Absent Member.
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How to configure RAS to interact with Web Services

Hi Everyone,

 

I am looking for some option to configure the OO workflow to an external web service.

 

I know this can be done by using IActions interface, but I am facing issues trying to resolve than. I wanted to know how can I configure SOAP Messages when I am using RAS that implements an IActions interface.

 

It could be a great help, if someone direct me with a way (other than by using IActions)that I can make a RAS operation work such that it connects with a web service?

 

 

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Re: How to configure RAS to interact with Web Services

Hi Gates,

Do you mean you want to call remote webservice functions in your workflow?

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    Gatesgopal Absent Member.
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    Re: How to configure RAS to interact with Web Services

    Thanks for the reply. Absolutely yes. I am finding a way do that from OO. A two way interaction between HP OO work flows and any external web services. Is that Possible. I am finding something about the RAS Iactions interface, But I am not able to do so. I have tried configurng the RAS path to use the I Actions Archive. Any help on this would be much appreciable. 

     

    Thanks 

    gates

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    Micro Focus Expert
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    Re: How to configure RAS to interact with Web Services

    Hi,

     

    One option is the Web Services Wizard that ships with OO. You can find more details on it's usage here:

    https://hpln.hp.com/system/files/HP_OO_CP7_Web_Services_Wizard_Guide.pdf

     

    Hope it helps,

    Lucian Revnic

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