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Web Service Interface

2 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2008-04-17 12:44:15.0Z
Mark Gearhart Posted on 2008-04-14 17:30:15.0Z
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All,

Does anyone have some sample source code showing the actual
construction of the http message for the Web Service call?
I'm specifically looking for the construction of the http
request header.

I'm trying a simple one, GetStandardVersion, but server is
returning httpStatus=500 (server error). I copied the parms
from
http://localhost/RFIDAnywhere/ALEService.asmx?op=getStandardVersion
, but its not working for me. Sample
code does not have all the header elements specified.

C# sample is OK. Java is better. Actionscript would be
perfect.

Thanks,


Mark Gearhart Posted on 2008-04-17 12:44:15.0Z
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I have a few more details. RA exposes a secure form of
webservices that require you to use an extension package
to .Net called WSE (Web Security Enhancements). You have
to use the WSE form of the wsdl to create proxy classes.
This is possible if you are coding in C# using Visual
Studio.

If you are using another language, you have to use whatever
language supports are available for WS-S compliance. In
other
words, all webservices in RA have to be authenticated
through
a token (e.g. user/password) before they can be invoked.

So if anyone has done this in Java or Adobe Actionscript, a
sample would be great. If I can figure it out, I'll post it.

Thanks,
Mark Gearhart

> All,
>
> Does anyone have some sample source code showing the
> actual construction of the http message for the Web
> Service call? I'm specifically looking for the
> construction of the http request header.
>
> I'm trying a simple one, GetStandardVersion, but server is
> returning httpStatus=500 (server error). I copied the
> parms from
>
http://localhost/RFIDAnywhere/ALEService.asmx?op=getStandardVersion
> , but its not working for me. Sample
> code does not have all the header elements specified.
>
> C# sample is OK. Java is better. Actionscript would be
> perfect.
>
> Thanks,