Let's say you've created a SOAP message in the Vordel Gateway, perhaps based on an incoming REST request. And now you want to send this SOAP request to a Web Service. Here is how to do this:
First add a 'Set HTTP Verb' filter to the end
Mar. 6, 2012 05:45 AM EST Reads: 4,362
According to CIO.com, Cisco has a new SOAP-replacing messaging protocol called Etch, born out of its Unified Application Environment (UAE), to integrate client/server applications. Cisco reportedly intends to beta the thing this summer as part of UAE 2.5 and ultimately open source it m...
May. 30, 2008 12:30 PM EDT Reads: 6,737
Truth be told, traditional approaches to integration are really about keeping persistence at the points, within the source or target systems, and replicating data as needed. However with the use of true services, there is a clear advantage in keeping some persistence at a central-tier,...
Dec. 27, 2005 02:00 PM EST Reads: 25,926 Replies: 5
Agility seems to be the buzzword du jour. There are 'agile enterprises,' 'agile manifestos,' 'agile programmers,' and 'agile architectures.' Slap 'agile' in front of just about anything and marketers believe it will sell better. Yet, one of the primary goals of using service-based arch...
Nov. 10, 2005 09:00 AM EST Reads: 15,900 Replies: 1
Working with service-oriented applications is a lot like doing your taxes because: there's really no avoiding it, you need to keep track of a number of different factors, you must maintain a record of data to protect against audits and plan for the future, and you'd better catch any mi...
Nov. 7, 2005 07:45 PM EST Reads: 27,683 Replies: 1
Mindreef is making it easier for Web services problems to be resolved, Mark Ericson - CTO of Mindreef - told SYS-CON.TV (http://sys-con.tv) at Web Services Edge 2005 recently in Boston. v4.1 of SOAPscope Web services diagnostic tool allows over-the-Web collaboration between developers.
Mar. 3, 2005 12:00 AM EST Reads: 27,325 Replies: 1
IBM's 'Project Cinnamon,' still in beta but due to be released with IBM's next DB2 release, will put XML at the heart of DB2 Content Manager and allow customers to create automatically the data model of a database based on the document type definitions or XML schemas they choose.
Jul. 30, 2004 12:00 AM EDT Reads: 27,028
While widely adopted or standardized security protocols are great for interoperability, a set of SOAP message header elements as well as a few new elements that belong in the message body are outside the scope of the existing mechanism for publishing service descriptions, which is WSDL...
Jun. 4, 2004 12:00 AM EDT Reads: 24,534
The momentum behind Web services is building. If you haven't heard about them by now, you've probably been living in a jungle or some remote area for the last few years. The underlying technologies of Web services are XML, HTTP, SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI. XML provides an open standard for d...
Jan. 11, 2002 12:00 AM EST Reads: 20,397 Replies: 3
SOAP, the Simple Object Access Protocol, is a lightweight toolkit for building Web services. It is an amalgam of ubiquitous technologies - HTTP and XML. Though the likes of Microsoft, IBM, and the Apache Software Foundation normally have little in common, all support it as a foundation...
Oct. 21, 2001 12:00 AM EDT Reads: 22,326 Replies: 5