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Using the Web Services Hub Console Overview

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Using the Web Services Hub Console Overview 
By PenchalaRaju.Yanamala
The Web Services Hub Console is the PowerCenter application you use to viewand test the real-time web services and batch web services operations availablein a Web Services Hub. Use the Web Services Hub Console to perform thefollowing tasks:
View the properties of a real-time web service.
You can view the descriptionof the web service and properties such as whether the web service is protected.You can also view the repository and folder that contains the web service.
View the WSDL for a real-time web service.
To download the WSDL, savethe WSDL to a file on the hard disk.
Test a real-time web service.
Use the Try-It client application to run a validweb service and view the response on the Web Services Hub Console. You canalso test the operations for the batch web services.
View the description of a batch web services operation.
You can view thedescription of the batch web services operation. You can use the Try-Itapplication to view the parameter for the operation.
View the WSDL for Data Integration and Metadata web services.
Todownload the WSDL, save the WSDL to a file on the hard disk.
Test a batch web services operation.
Use the Try-It application to run a batchweb services operation and view the response on the Web Services HubConsole.
Note:
The Web Services Hub Console does not require authentication. You canaccess the Web Services Hub Console without logging in. To ensure security,run the Web Services Hub within a secure environment.This chapter explains how to log in to the Web Services Hub Console anddescribes how to navigate within the application.
Connecting to the Web Services Hub Console
You can connect to the Web Services Hub Console from any browser.Use one of the following URLs to connect to the Web Services Hub Console:http://<WebServicesHubHostName:PortNumber>/wshhttp://<WebServicesHubHostName:PortNumber>/PowerCenter The context names /wsh and /PowerCenter are case sensitive.The default port for a Web Services Hub running on HTTP is 7333. You can alsoconfigure the Web Services Hub to use a secure connection with HTTPS. Thedefault port for a Web Services Hub running on HTTPS is 7343. You can set theport number when you create the Web Services Hub in the AdministrationConsole.You can also connect to the Web Services Hub Console from the AdministrationConsole. View the details of the Web Services Hub and click the Service URL.
 
You must enable the Web Services Hub to connect to the Web Services HubConsole.
Description.
The Description section provides information on the type of webservices selected in the Navigator.
Properties.
The Properties section displays the properties of the web service or web service operation selected in the Web Services or Operations section.
Navigator 
In the Navigator, you can scroll and select the type of web service for which youwant to display information. The information displayed in the other sections of theconsole varies based on the type of web service you select in the Navigator.
Web Services and Operations Sections
The Web Services Hub Console displays the Web Services section or theOperations section depending on which type of web service you select in theNavigator.When you select Valid Web Services or Invalid Web Services in the Navigator,the Web Services section displays information about the real-time web servicesthat run on the Web Services Hub.When you select Metadata Web Services or Data Integration Web Services inthe Navigator, the Operations section displays the Batch web service operationsavailable on the Web Services Hub.You can sort the list of web services or operations. To sort the list of webservices or operations, click the label of the column by which you want to sort.The Web Services Hub Console lists the web services or operations
 
alphabetically based on the column you click. An arrow next to the column labelshows the sort order for the list, ascending or descending.You can use the Try-It application to test a web service operation listed in theWeb Services and Operations section. To test a web service operation, enter thevalues for the parameters in the input message of the web service operation andview the response.In the Web Services section, you can display the WSDL for a web service. In theOperations section, you can display the WSDL for the batch web services. TheWSDL is published for the metadata web services or data integration webservices, not for an operation. If you select an operation and click WSDL, theWeb Services Hub displays the WSDL for the metadata web services or dataintegration web services. Use the WSDL to write client applications that call thereal-time web service or batch web service operation.
Web Services Section
You must create web service workflows to view real-time web services on theWeb Services Hub Console. When you configure a web service workflow to bevisible, the Web Services Hub publishes the web service and WSDL on the WebServices Hub Console.When you select Valid Web Services or Invalid Web Services in the navigator,the Web Services section displays the list of real-time web services configured tobe visible on the Web Services Hub Console.The Web Services section displays the following icons and information:LabelDescriptionTry-ItClient application you can use to test the selected web service. Clickto run the selected web service. For more information, seeTesting aWeb Service.Not available for invalid web services.WSDLWSDL for the selected web service. Click to view the WSDL for theselected web service. You can click the WSDL button at the top of thesection or in the same row as the selected web service. To downloadthe WSDL, view and save the WSDL to your local machine.Not available for invalid web services.SearchSearch for web services. Enter the string of text you want to searchfor and click Go. The Web Services section lists any web servicename, repository name, or workflow name that contains the text.ServiceNameName of the web service that you can run on the Web Services Hub.RepositoryNameName of the repository associated with the web service.WorkflowNameName of the workflow that comprises the web service.

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