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    Quote Originally Posted by jdelisths View Post
    It is using WSDL/SOAP, it should not be any different form calling any web service using that protocol (i.e. there is nothing so alien about .NET that you need a specific example that deals with .NET).
    Ah ok cool. I wouldn't know as I've not done it before, but I guess that makes sense now I think of it. Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by nkuebelbeck View Post
    Hari is spot on. Here's an oracles document

    https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E17984_01...erv_consum.htm
    Great thanks again folks.

    So the gist of this seems to be, create a J method and a VO and then get a C BSFN to call the web service J method. The C BSFn can then be called from inside E1. Is that essentially it?
    I don't need a JP method or anything like that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by johndanter View Post
    Great thanks again folks.

    So the gist of this seems to be, create a J method and a VO and then get a C BSFN to call the web service J method. The C BSFn can then be called from inside E1. Is that essentially it?
    I don't need a JP method or anything like that?
    I believe so. Never done a consumer bssv myself but what you've described seems correct.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nkuebelbeck View Post
    I believe so. Never done a consumer bssv myself but what you've described seems correct.
    correct.

    Request:
    [C BSFN] ----(vo xml payload)---->[BSSV]----(xml/json payload)---->[SOAP or REST External Webservice]

    Response:
    [SOAP or REST External Webservice]----(xml/json payload)---->[BSSV]----(vo xml payload)---->[C BSFN]
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    Quote Originally Posted by BOster View Post
    correct.

    Request:
    [C BSFN] ----(vo xml payload)---->[BSSV]----(xml/json payload)---->[SOAP or REST External Webservice]

    Response:
    [SOAP or REST External Webservice]----(xml/json payload)---->[BSSV]----(vo xml payload)---->[C BSFN]
    Awesome, thanks lads. I'm all over this
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    Hi,

    I did a consumer BSSV from VB. You can use a proxy client (if you use UserNameToken Secury this post you can help https://www.jdelist.com/vb4/showthre...Service-in-NET or use Bypass as System.Net.ServicePointManager.ServerCertificateVa lidationCallback) or use 'HttpWebResponse' and 'WebRequest' (System.Net Library).

    If you need consume external WS from JDE, BOster are right. but in your case, you need consume bssv out of jde.

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