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Connect-IT SOAP header manipulation

Hi Everyone,

I need to load data to Service Manager generated by a web service call from an other system.

[***Foreign Web Service] ---> [Connect-IT] ----> [Service Manager]

The ***Web Service needs some input parameters must be included in the SOAP header.

On the source side I use SOAP interface triggred by Data Generator.

Is there any way to manipulate the SOAP header (not HTTP header) in the Request?

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Re: Connect-IT SOAP header manipulation

Hi Pschultz

Hope you are doing fine.

I am not sure what your current version is, but you can check this link >

https://softwaresupport.softwaregrp.com/group/softwaresupport/search-result/-/facetsearch/document/KM01636705?lang=en&cc=us&hpappid=206728_SSO_PRO

go to the user guide, this may help you.

Carlos Villalobos R
Customer Support Engineer
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Re: Connect-IT SOAP header manipulation

Thanks Carlos,

I realised that in CIT I can not manipulate the SOAP header. 

But I managed to do that in SM. I could make JS from WSDL and in the generated code the header is accessible.

So I call the webservice from SM.

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