Outbound Web Service- Problems & Solutions

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  1. Hi,

    One can change the default timedout for the HTTP request which is 120 seconds in Siebel. You can modify the the vanilla BS EAI HTTP Transport and using your SOAP Address (the Address defined in the outbound Web Service in the 2nd-middle applet) and you are done. You can configure differnt timeouts for your differnt outbound webservices and for differnt addressed. If you dont specify any thing here, it will take 120 seconds by default. Some times for our business requirements we might needs to decrease-increase this default time.

    Cheers,
    Jimit
    Nothing is Impossible in Siebel

    • if there are multiple IB WS in a system…and the URL that is hit for all these IB WS are pointing to EAI_ENU Obj Mgr….then when an inbound request is initiated for a particular service then how siebel understands that only that particular service has to be invoked,when all the IB txns are sharing the same obj MGR….is there any paramerter at the comp level or eapps cfg to direct the request to a particur service…pl share any article or details around the same. Thanks

  2. Hi,

    One can change the default timedout for the HTTP request which is 120 seconds in Siebel. You can modify the the vanilla BS EAI HTTP Transport and using your SOAP Address (the Address defined in the outbound Web Service in the 2nd-middle applet) and you are done. You can configure differnt timeouts for your differnt outbound webservices and for differnt addressed. If you dont specify any thing here, it will take 120 seconds by default. Some times for our business requirements we might needs to decrease-increase this default time.

    Cheers,
    Jimit
    Nothing is Impossible in Siebel

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