Invoking Outbound Web Service

19 Responses to Invoking Outbound Web Service

  1. Bob says:

    you’d better use a Runtine Event running a workflow process …

  2. Bob says:

    you’d better use a Runtine Event running a workflow process …

  3. neel says:

    Hey bob,

    As I mentioned in the article tutorial is not over.
    I will be discussing various alternatives that we can use to acomplish it. So, I will say again .. stay tuned for updates

  4. neel says:

    Hey bob,

    As I mentioned in the article tutorial is not over.
    I will be discussing various alternatives that we can use to acomplish it. So, I will say again .. stay tuned for updates

  5. Bob says:

    there is quite a big difference between not over … and completly in the wrong direction …

  6. Bob says:

    there is quite a big difference between not over … and completly in the wrong direction …

  7. neel says:

    Yes, I totally agree with you..

    but there is also difference between wrong and not recommended

    Completing a requirement through eScript is not wrong.. ..

    it is not recommended only if there are other better alternatives available. I believe everybody should have knowledge about everything that is why I share all the approaches/alternatives I know to complete the requirement, some of them are ok and others are better.

    I am just sharing my opinion and knowledge.

  8. neel says:

    Yes, I totally agree with you..

    but there is also difference between wrong and not recommended

    Completing a requirement through eScript is not wrong.. ..

    it is not recommended only if there are other better alternatives available. I believe everybody should have knowledge about everything that is why I share all the approaches/alternatives I know to complete the requirement, some of them are ok and others are better.

    I am just sharing my opinion and knowledge.

  9. Rahul says:

    Neel, Can u please share the XML which was the output of the custom Business Service(GeoLookup) i.e input for the webservice. So that we can track the code written easily.

    Thanks

    • neel says:

      Hey Rahul,

      It will be able to understand better if you give it a try yourself. If you still cannot understand it , let me know I will be more than happy to help you.

  10. Rahul says:

    Neel, Can u please share the XML which was the output of the custom Business Service(GeoLookup) i.e input for the webservice. So that we can track the code written easily.

    Thanks

    • neel says:

      Hey Rahul,

      It will be able to understand better if you give it a try yourself. If you still cannot understand it , let me know I will be more than happy to help you.

  11. Nalla says:

    Hi Neel,

    I am unable to download GEOIPService wsdl file. even i tried to download from webservicex.net site. could you please help me to send another link. please provide some other link.

  12. Nalla says:

    Hi Neel,

    I am unable to download GEOIPService wsdl file. even i tried to download from webservicex.net site. could you please help me to send another link. please provide some other link.

  13. Fernando Cruz says:

    Hi Neel,

    The Lookup button was not working well. I received the error “The method ‘InvokeWebService’ is not supported on Business service ‘GeoLookup’.(SBL-DAT-00323)”

    Then, I realized that the BS Scripts didn’t have a “return(CancelOperation)” at the end.

    The error was solved! ;)
    That’s just a little help for others with the same error.

    Tks for you great help!

    Fernando Cruz

  14. Fernando Cruz says:

    Hi Neel,

    The Lookup button was not working well. I received the error “The method ‘InvokeWebService’ is not supported on Business service ‘GeoLookup’.(SBL-DAT-00323)”

    Then, I realized that the BS Scripts didn’t have a “return(CancelOperation)” at the end.

    The error was solved! ;)
    That’s just a little help for others with the same error.

    Tks for you great help!

    Fernando Cruz

  15. Amol J says:

    Named Method N is BC user property?
    If yes, then how it ll get the value of [Ip Address] field? as the this fiels is not based on any coulumn of BC?

    Can anyone help me understand the value part of “Named Method N”
    Is there any seqence of parameters we r paasing in “Named method N”?

    • Jmcgeorge says:

      These are all great questions that are not addressed in this article.  If anyone could clarify, that would be extremely helpful!

  16. Amol J says:

    Named Method N is BC user property?
    If yes, then how it ll get the value of [Ip Address] field? as the this fiels is not based on any coulumn of BC?

    Can anyone help me understand the value part of “Named Method N”
    Is there any seqence of parameters we r paasing in “Named method N”?

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