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Web Services operations in OO

I have a wsdl URL, I entered web service URL in web service wizard and selected all the option to create
operations in OO.Then I imported it in OO author. Now when I try to run it( one of lot of operations that has come in
Authors by importing it).i.e addLibrarychunk which is the first one, it gives error failed.

URL is added in RAS, shows available there
Please let me know if I am missing some thing.

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Absent Member.. Steve_Drummond Absent Member..
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Re: Web Services operations in OO

Can you post the error message?

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Re: Web Services operations in OO

Hi,
Web services is working by post XML data with the values and the return output is xml.
WebService Wizard is to simplify this process so all you have to do is to copy the operation to your flow and "You have to modify the operations steps with the expected input value".

Check this and let us know.
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Mahmoud Ibrahim
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    Absent Member.. talwarri Absent Member..
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    Re: Web Services operations in OO

    I imported all operations in OO , and then tried to run it but it is failing. Is it necessary to provide the input, I am doing testing to see how it works.
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    Absent Member.. Krupakara_Vasan Absent Member..
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    Re: Web Services operations in OO

    Yes unlike any other OO operations or steps you need to supply valid input values for testing the webservices as well for it to return correct response

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