SOAP Sender

  • Service Description: Enables the opening of a SOAP service through MIP. SOAP is a message sent by a client to a web service to perform a specific action. SOAP is an XML-based protocol and typically communicates using communication protocols such as HTTP or SMTP. SOAP requests represent the functionality and methods of a specific service.
  • SOAP Address: The area where the address of the SOAP service to be opened via MIP is defined. The address includes the basic URL structure of a web service and specific service endpoints. This address specifies the functions, resources, and accessible points provided by the service.
  • WSDL Resource: WSDL (Web Services Description Language) is an XML-based document that defines the functionality, available methods, and communication details of a SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) web service. The WSDL file contains details about the operations (methods) offered by a web service, parameters for these operations, and communication details to be used for invoking these operations.
  • Synchronous Endpoint: Synchronous Endpoint is typically preferred for situations that require a quick response. When this option is used, a request sent by a client is processed immediately, and a response is expected to be received. This implies that operations are carried out instantly.

Contrarily, if this feature is not selected, this Endpoint is named Asynchronous Endpoint, and in its usage, the client sends a request, but the response is not received immediately. The request is processed in the background by the server, and after some time, a response is communicated to the client. In this case, the client does not have to wait for the process and can proceed with other tasks.

SOAP Receiver

  • Service Description: MIP enables a SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) request to be sent, SOAP is a message to a web service to perform a certain action. SOAP is an XML-based protocol and usually communicates using communication protocols such as HTTP or SMTP. SOAP requests represent the resolution and methods of a particular service.
  • SOAP Address: The SOAP address contains the basic URL structure and specific service points of a web service. This address indicates the functions, resources and accessible points offered by the service.
  • SOAP Action: SOAP Action specifies the purpose of the request and identifies a specific service method, usually expressed as a URI (Uniform Resource Identifier), and determines the function offered by the service.
  • SOAP Envelope: SOAP Envelope specifies whether the returned response will be included in the SOAP Envelope. SOAP Envelope is an XML-based structure that determines the beginning and end of messages transmitted within the SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) protocol. SOAP Envelope forms the basis of a SOAP message and contains the message’s header, body, and other required attributes. Each SOAP message consists of a “header” and a “body” section contained in an “envelope”.
  • Authorization Type: It is a header type used to determine whether the user making the request is authorized or not. This header may contain a username and password, an API key, or other authentication information to verify to the server the identity of the party making the request.
  • Authentication Resource Name: This variable represents pre-registered username and password information for use in services. Each Authentication Resource Name contains authentication information for a user or application.

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