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Other Informatica Resources
Visiting Informatica Customer Portal
Visiting the Informatica Web Site
Visiting the Informatica Developer Network
Visiting the Informatica Knowledge Base
Obtaining Technical Support
Overview
Figure 1-1. Building Blocks of a Web Service
Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP)
Web Services Description Language (WSDL)
Web Services Hub
Batch Web Services
Realtime Web Services
Web Services Provider Architecture
Figure 2-1. Web Services Provider Architecture
Understanding the Web Services Hub
Using the Web Services Hub Console
Figure 3-1. Web Services Hub Console
Figure 3-2. Batch Web Services Page
Figure 3-3. Realtime Web Services Page
Table 3-1. Columns in Realtime Web Services Page
Figure 3-4. Realtime Service Description Page
Table 3-2. Realtime Service Description Page
Web Services Hub and Integration Service
Integration Service on a Single Node
Integration Service on a Grid
Integration Service in Safe Mode
Web Services Hub Security
Web Services Hub Logs
Configuring the Logs
Viewing the Logs
SOAP Fault Body
Metadata Web Service Operations
getAllDIServers
getAllFolders
getAllRepositories
getAllTaskInstances
getAllWorkflows
Login
Logout
Data Integration Web Service Operations
deinitializeDIServerConnection
getDIServerProperties
getNextLogSegment
getSessionLog
getSessionPerformanceData
getSessionStatistics
getTaskDetails
getWorkflowDetails
getWorkflowLog
initializeDIServerConnection
monitorDIServer
pingDIServer
recoverWorkflow
resumeWorkflow
scheduleWorkflow
startSessionLogFetch
startTask
startWorkflow
startWorkflowFromTask
startWorkflowLogFetch
stopTask
stopWorkflow
unscheduleWorkflow
waitTillTaskComplete
waitTillWorkflowComplete
Client Applications for Batch Web Services
♦Initialization
Generating Client Proxy Classes
Initialization
Session Maintenance
Operation Calls
Resource Cleanup
Error Handling
Proxy Objects
Writing a Client Application in Java for Batch Web Services
Generating Client Proxy Classes in Axis
Initialization in Axis
Session Maintenance in Axis
Making Operation Calls in Axis
Clean Up in Axis
Error Handling in Axis
Writing a Client Application in C# for Batch Web Services
Generating Client Proxy Classes in .NET
Initialization in .NET
Session Maintenance in .NET
Making Operation Calls in .NET
Error Handling in .NET
Client Applications for Realtime Web Services
♦Web service workflows
Web Service Workflows
Writing a Client Application in Java for Realtime Web Services
Step 1. Generate Client Proxy Classes in Axis
Step 2. Initialize the Web Service Objects
Step 3. Create the Request Object
Step 4. Send the Request and Handle the Response
Using Parameter Arrays
Parameter Array Definition
Rules and Guidelines for Using Parameter Arrays
Importing Web Service Source and Target Definitions
Importing Web Service Source Definitions
Figure 6-1. Web Service Source Definition
Importing Web Service Target Definitions
Table 6-1. Web Services Definition Groups
Table 6-2. Message Header Ports
Steps for Importing Web Service Sources and Targets
Figure 6-2. Web Service Target Definitions
Table 6-3. Advanced Options for Importing Web Service Definitions
Viewing and Editing Web Service Definitions
Viewing and Editing Definitions in the Designer
Figure 6-3. Columns Tab for a Web Service Definition
Figure 6-4. Attributes Tab for a Web Service Definition
View Definitions in the XML Editor
Figure 6-5. Metadata Extensions Tab for a Web Service Definition
Editing Web Service Targets in a Mapping
Figure 6-6. XML Editor Views of Web Service Definition
Working with Web Service Mappings
Table 6-4. Required Sources and Targets in a Service
Request-Response Mappings
Staged Mappings
Figure 6-7. Request-Response Mapping
Attachments
Flat File or XML Mappings
Requests with Attachments
Table 6-5. Attachment Group Ports
Creating and Configuring a Web Service Workflow
♦Create a web service workflow
Creating a Web Service Workflow
Figure 7-1. Creating a Web Service Workflow
Create a web service workflow
Configuring the Web Service Workflow
Figure 7-2. Web Service Configuration
Table 7-1. Web Service Properties
Creating and Configuring a Service Session
Configuring the Web Services Provider Reader
Figure 7-3. Web Services Provider Reader Properties
Table 7-2. Web Services Provider Reader Properties
Configuring the Web Services Provider Writer
Figure 7-4. Web Services Provider Writer Properties
Table 7-3. Web Services Provider Writer Properties
SOAP Message Attachments
Recovering Messages
Configuring Commit Type
Configuring Partitions
Running Sessions and Web Service Workflows
Working with XML and Flat File Sessions
Understanding Service Timeout and Flush Latency
Troubleshooting
Using the Batch Web Services Sample Programs
Compiling the Batch Web Services Sample Programs
Running the Batch Web Services Sample Programs
Examples for Batch Web Services
Browsing
Data Integration
Logs
Multiple Integration Services
Multithreading
Web Services Hub Test
Using the Realtime Web Services Sample Programs
4.Compile the Realtime web services sample programs
Step 1. Create the Lookup Tables
Step 2. Import the Mappings and Workflows
Step 3. Modify the Database Connection Settings
Step 4. Compile the Realtime Web Service Sample Programs
Step 5. Run the Realtime Web Service Sample Programs
Examples for Realtime Web Services
Multiple Row Lookup
Single Row Lookup
Metadata Web Services
Data Integration Web Services
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