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Re: [shark] Is it a way to set SOAPToolAgent AppName parameter with a workflow relevant data ?


Hi,

actually, our SOAP tool agent's WEB service URI has to be specified at
design time through ext. attribs. of application definition (or you can use
application mapping at runtime), and WEB service operation that has to be
executed is specified as a first parameter of application. You could easily
made your own tool agent out of this SOAP tool agent which would accept URI
as a runtime variable value (look at our new ASAP Tool agent in current CVS
sources - the first param. is the URI to the web service, and the second one
is the operation that should be executed).

Regards,
Sasa.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Laurent Vallar - aka Val" <val@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <shark@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, December 13, 2004 5:56 PM
Subject: [shark] Is it a way to set SOAPToolAgent AppName parameter with a
workflow relevant data ?


> Hi,
>
> Imagine running workflow process wich get during execution a web service
> URI as a workflow relevant data (string like "http://host/service?wsdl";).
> Is it a way to set (using jawe) SOAPToolAgent AppName parameter to this
> workflow relevant data and then calling the related web service ?
>
> Regards,
> Val.
>
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> : :' : Laurent Vallar - aka Val - Network & System Engineer
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