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Web Services Beginner Tutorial 1 - Introduction - What is a Web Service
 
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Web Services - Beginner Tutorial 1 - Introduction ======================================= Today we will learn ——————————— 1. What is a web service 2. Basic concept behind web services 3. Why we use it _____________________________________________ What is a Web Service: Web Service - service available over the web - enables communication between applications over the web - provides a standard protocol/format for communication Why we use it: - platform independent communication - using web services two different applications (implementation) can talk to each other and exchange data/information _______________________________________________________ Difference between api and web services https://stackoverflow.com/questions/19336347/what-is-the-difference-between-a-web-api-and-a-web-service . . ________ ONLINE COURSES TO LEARN ________ Visit - http://automationstepbystep.com/ ------------ UI TESTING ------------ Selenium Beginners - https://bit.ly/2MGRS8K Selenium Java Framework from Scratch - https://bit.ly/2N9xvR6 Selenium Python - https://bit.ly/2oyMp5x Selenium Tips - https://bit.ly/2owxc50 Selenium Builder - https://bit.ly/2MKNtlq Katalon Studio - https://bit.ly/2wARFdi Robot Framework - https://bit.ly/2Px6Ue9 ------------ API TESTING ------------ Web Services (API) - https://bit.ly/2MGafL7 SoapUI - https://bit.ly/2MGahmd Postman - https://bit.ly/2wz8LrW General - https://bit.ly/2PYdwmV ------------ MOBILE TESTING ------------ Mobile Playlist - https://bit.ly/2PxpeUv ------------ CI | CD | DEVOPS ------------ Jenkins Beginner - https://bit.ly/2MIn8EC Jenkins Tips & Trick - https://bit.ly/2LRt6xC Docker - https://bit.ly/2MInnzx ------------ VERSION CONTROL SYSTEM ------------ Git & GitHub - https://bit.ly/2Q1pagY ------------ PERFORMANCE TESTING ------------ JMeter Beginner - https://bit.ly/2oBbtIU JMeter Intermediate - https://bit.ly/2oziNVB JMeter Advanced - https://bit.ly/2Q22Y6a JMeter Tips & Tricks - https://bit.ly/2NOfWD2 Performance Testing - https://bit.ly/2wEXbLS ------------ JAVA ------------ Java Beginners - https://bit.ly/2PVUcXs Java Tips & Tricks - https://bit.ly/2CdcDnJ ------------ MAVEN ------------ Maven - https://bit.ly/2NJdDRS ------------ OTHERS ------------ Redis- https://bit.ly/2N9jyCG Misc - https://bit.ly/2Q2q5xQ Tools & Tips - https://bit.ly/2oBfwoR QnA Friday- https://bit.ly/2NgwGpw Sunday Special - https://bit.ly/2wB23BO Ask Raghav- https://bit.ly/2CoJGWf Interviews - https://bit.ly/2NIPPxk All Playlists - https://bit.ly/2LSiezA ------------ FOLLOW ------------ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/automationstepbystep Twitter - https://twitter.com/automationsbs Youtube - http://youtube.com/automationstepbystep
SOAP message structure
 
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Illustrating the structure of a Web Services SOAP message
Views: 5064 Michael Deskis
How to: Web Service Tutorial Exchange Integration - Set up a web service connection to Exchange 2010
 
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https://www.codelessplatforms.com/connectors/microsoft-exchange-integration/ *** Note: TaskCentre now offers an enhanced way of connecting to Microsoft Exchange. For further details please see the following article: http://www.orbis-software.com/knowledge-base/viewArticle.php?id=201 *** Learn how to set up a TaskCentre web service connection to Microsoft Exchange 2010. This enables you to create items in your MS Exchange server which can be viewed by users in their client software (Outlook or similar), and these may be such things as calendar appointments, tasks, or contacts. These new items can be automatically created as a result of activity in your main business system, based on the events of your choosing. This integration can be with almost any business application, ERP, CRM, Accounting, specialist applications and many others. All of the leading global product vendors are included such as SAP, Oracle, Microsoft, Sage, together with Access, Exact and many other niche players.
Views: 6046 Codeless Platforms
How to integrate a website with dynamics NAV 2016?
 
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This video will demonstrate how to Integrate a customer facing website with Dynamics NAV 2016 using webservice. Any .Net based website can be integrated easily using the web reference and NAV based SOAP API Steps for “How to Integrate a Customer Facing Website with Dynamics Nav 2016” Step 1 – Creating Navision Objects that integrated with a Dot Net based Website Navision provides an option to publish Code units, Pages & Queries as SOAP / ODATA API’s. The published URL of the SOAP service can further be used to Create Input for Navision. For integration of a Website with Navision we can directly pass XMLPORT as an Input parameter to a Published Code unit via SOAP Step 2 – Creating a Website that uses XML format as an input and send request in XML format Default Web template can be used to create a website Visual Studio provides an option to create a website template with a default layout. Step 3 – Creating a Web Reference for Web Service Once the Website is created and the required files are loaded in the website folder created in step 2, Web reference needs to be added in the Website code which will be the SOAP URL published in Navision in step 1. Step 4 – Deploying the Web site to use Navision SOAP URL for data exchange Once the web reference is added in Dot net website, Next Website Build can be created followed by publishing the website. For testing the Code website can be started from Chrome or IE options available in Visual Studio. Need assistance with Dynamics NAV? Contact us: https://www.paragyte.com/services/microsoft-dynamics-nav
Views: 9318 Paragyte
How to: SOAP Web Services Tutorial - Learn how to configure a SOAP service using TaskCentre
 
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http://www.orbis-software.com/solutions/integration.php In this SOAP web services tutorial video learn how to set up and run a simple SOAP service using the TaskCentre Web Service Connector tool. SOAP Services publish a WSDL file describing the operations and parameters of the service. You can generally find this sort of information on the website of the service provider. Alternatively you may need to contact the author or use their documentation to find the URL of the WSDL file. This particular service returns the weather forecast for a location. Some manufacturers increase or decrease their food production based on the weather forecast. With this sort of service they could automate this process and update their production orders or forecasts in their ERP system automatically.
Views: 3505 Codeless Platforms
Consuming XML Web Services : Walkthrough Tutorial
 
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This is a walkthrough tutorial demonstrating a simple example of consuming xml-based web services. The tutorial shows how to utilize a simple currency exchange web service offered by WebServiceX.net . Software featured in this tutorial includes Altova XMLSpy (as a standalone web services requestor agent), and MS Excel (the webservice will be integrated with a spreadsheet). Required Software: Altova XMLSpy MS Excel 2013 (alternatively, the Office PowerUps add-in for Excel 2010 or 2007) Optional: XML Tree Extension for Chrome
Views: 19452 Umar Ruhi
Exchange Web Services
 
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TechDays Finland 2012 Jorma Bergius, Microsoft
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Introduction to Web Services Testing
 
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Introduction to Web Services Testing, Why Web Services Testing?, Web Services Test Tools, and How to conduct Web Services Testing. 1. What is Web Service? . Web Services is the mechanism or the medium of communication through which two applications / machines will exchange the data irrespective of their underline architecture and the technology. 2. Why is Web Service Needed? . In general, software applications are developed to be consumed by the human beings, where a person sends a request to a software service which in-turn returns a response in human readable format. . In the modern era of technology if you want to build a software application you don't need to build each and everything from scratch. There are lots of ready-made services available which you can plug into your application and you can start providing those services in your application. For example you want to display weather forecast information you don't need to collect, process and render the data in your application. You can buy the services from the people who already well-established in processing and publishing such kind of data. Web services allow us to do these kind of implementations. 3. How to implement Web Services? . Web Services can be implemented in different ways, but the following two are the popular implementations approaches. i. SOAP - Simple Object Access Protocol ii. REST -Representational State Transfer architecture 4) What is SOAP? . SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) is a standard protocol defined by the W3C Standard for sending and receiving web service requests and responses. . SOAP uses the XML format to send and receive the request and hence the data is platform independent data. SOAP messages are exchanged between the provider applications and receiving application within the SOAP envelops. . As SOAP uses the simple http transport protocol, its messages are not got blocked by the firewalls. 5. What is REST? . REST means Representational State Transfer; it is an architecture that generally runs over HTTP. . The REST style emphasizes the interactions between clients and services, which are enhanced by having a limited number of operations. . REST is an alternative to SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) and instead of using XML for request REST uses simple URL in some cases. 6. What is WSDL? . WSDL (Web Services Description Language) is an XML based language which will be used to describe the services offered by a web service. 7. What is Web Service Testing? Web Services Testing is testing of Web services and its Protocols like SOAP & REST. To test a Web Service you can, . Test Manually . Create your own Automation Code . Use an off-the shelf automation tool like SoapUI. Web Service Testing involves following steps - i. Understand the WSDL file ii. Determine the operations that particular web service provides iii. Determine the XML request format which we need to send iv. Determine the response XML format v. Using a tool or writing code to send request and validate the response Suppose we want to test a Web Service which provides Currency Conversion Facility. It will the current conversion rates between the different countries currency. This service we can use in our applications to convert the values from one currency to the other currency. 8. Using a Tool or Writing Code to Test Web Services.... . There are lots of tools available to test web services. SoapUI is one of the popular tool which will help us to test the web services. . In fact you can use the any programming language which is capable of sending the XML request to the web service provider application over the http and able to parse and validate the response XML against the expected result. In our case, we can test the Web Service, . Using Java . Using SoapUI 9. What is SoapUI? . SoapUI is an open source, cross-platform testing tool. It can automate functional ,regression, compliance and load testing of both SOAP and REST web services. . It comes with an easy-to-use graphical interface and supports industry-leading technologies and standards to mock and stimulate behavior of web services.
Views: 25477 G C Reddy
Introduction to Transport Level Security and Message Level Security in web services SOAP and REST
 
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I explain the difference between two common security mechanism for web services using a simple example that is relatable. You will learn the pros and cons of both strategies for securing web services. Here is the link (https://theterminalguy.surge.sh/introduction-to-transport-and-message-level-security-in-web-services/) to my blog post explaining the difference in detail.
Views: 169 Damian Simon Peter
Omnichannel Services - Call a SOAP Service
 
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Christian Forsberg is the Global Digital Channels Lead Architect at Sogeti building digital solutions for organizations around the world. This time he shows you how to consume a SOAP web service with PHP and transform its content to JSON, so that it's easily consumable by apps and webs. "-Many web services are provided according to the SOAP standard, whether they are publicly available on the Internet or internal services provided by the back-end systems. SOAP is based on XML, and SOAP even adds more metadata to the already verbose XML format. Therefore, we have a lot to win in terms of bandwidth and performance by transforming the information to the much more efficient JSON format. As with most omnichannel service, this way we can also make sure that only the information that is needed is transferred. This time the example is a public SOAP web service provided by the Swedish Central Bank, and it allows us to query for exchange rates related to Swedish currency (kronor). The idea is that an app could allow the user to select a year and a month, and then show a list of the average exchange rates for that month. Even if this is a simple example, there is not much difference with getting information from a back-end system like SAP, Siebel or PeopleSoft. In a real-world scenario, the work of the service would be divided into different tiers with specific responsibility (low-end services to connect to back-ends, high-end services to add business logic and processes, and front-end services that provide customized functionality and data to the touch points, i.e. apps and webs). Let's start by looking at how we request the web service with SOAP. This is the body of the HTTP request, and as you can see it's in XML format and that SOAP is adding a significant overhead of metadata to send the three parameters. This is what we get back from the web service, and just as in the request, there is a lot of metadata and overhead to the two pieces of information we want to send to the app, which is what you see here -- a very slim array of currency codes and average exchange rates, in JSON format. In the PHP code we first get the parameters (line 2-3). Then we create the SOAP client (line 4), and call it with the parameters (line 5). The result is the XML in the tag (getMonthlyAverageExchangeRatesResponse) inside the Body tag of the SOAP response. For each found exchange rate (series, on line 7), the currency code and average is parsed (line 10-11), and added to an array (line 12). Then a root object (line 14) and headers (line 15-16) are added to the response before it's converted to JSON and returned to the app (line 17). To put this code on your server, please see the end of my previous video, http://youtu.be/P9PaOq587g0?t=4m43s, and then it can be called with (replace 0.0.0.0 with the IP address of your server): http://0.0.0.0/getExchangeRates?year=2014&month=2 There you have an omnichannel service that calls a SOAP web service and transform the data to JSON that can be easily consumed by your apps or webs." Download the source code: http://cforsberg.com/wp-content/uploads/OmnichanServCallSOAP.zip Follow Christian on Twitter https://twitter.com/chrisforsberg Visit Christian's site http://cforsberg.com
Views: 308 Sogeti Worldwide
Soap Web Service with Server and Client Communication Using NetBeans
 
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What is web service? A web service is any piece of software that makes itself available over the internet and uses a standardized XML messaging system. XML is used to encode all communications to a web service. For example, a client invokes a web service by sending an XML message, then waits for a corresponding XML response. Because all communication is in XML, web services are not tied to any one operating system or programming language--Java can talk with Perl; Windows applications can talk with Unix applications. What is Soap? Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) is a standard protocol specification for message exchange based on XML. Communication between the web service and client happens using XML messages. What is WSDL? WSDL stands for Web Service Description Language. It is an XML file that describes the technical details of how to implement a web service, more specifically the URI, port, method names, arguments, and data types. Since WSDL is XML, it is both human-readable and machine-consumable, which aids in the ability to call and bind to services dynamically. Demo Description: The Demo shows that the way to establish soap client and server communication in net beans in java platform.
Views: 28658 Kirubakaran S
How to publish an OpenEdge Web Service – an overview
 
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In one of my previous article we talked about the accessing a non-progress web service from progress OpenEdge® ABL. Refer to the article Accessing non Progress® Application via WebService (URL: http://ultirags.com/Accessing-non-Progress-Application-via-WebService) for more information. During this webinar, few participant requested for a tutorial on the publishing an OpenEdge® web services. This article describes how to publish an OpenEdge® Web Service. I had heard about AppServer® with the release of Progress® v8. But, I got an opportunity to work on AppServer® only with OpenEdge® 10 release! In OpenEdge®, a Web service is usually an AppServer® application that is accessible to a client application through a Web server. In OpenEdge®, you could: • Create new Web services that you build as ABL (Advanced Business Language) applications and deploy on an AppServer®. • Expose existing AppServer® applications as Web services. • Create an interface to your Web services and deploy it on a Web server. • Create the client-side applications that interact with your Web services. OpenEdge® includes support for Web services that are based either on SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol), or on REST (Representation State Transfer). Click on the URL (http://ultirags.com/how-to-publish-an-openedge-web-service) to download document that describes Steps to publish your own Web Service in OpenEdge®. A special note of thanks to SKIL (www.skilglobal.com) and PUG, India (www.pugindia.org) for providing me with an opportunity to deliver a webinar on this topic. The document in this article is enough for someone to get started publishing OpenEdge® web services. However, I would make the recorded session of the webinar available soon. Thank you for reading and your patience. Author(s): Raghuraman Kadambi, PMP® www.skilglobal.com Copyrights and Trademarks: • Progress®, AppServer® and OpenEdge® are registered marks of Progress Software Corporation, USA • PMP® is registered mark of Project Management Institute, USA • All other registered trademarks and copyright material referenced in this article belongs to their rightful owners.
Views: 2232 SKIL
Omnichannel Services - Call a SOAP Service
 
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Today I'm going to show you how to consume a SOAP web service with PHP and transform its content to JSON, so that it's easily consumable by apps and webs. Many web services are provided according to the SOAP standard, whether they are publicly available on the Internet or internal services provided by the back-end systems. SOAP is based on XML, and SOAP even adds more metadata to the already verbose XML format. Therefore, we have a lot to win in terms of bandwidth and performance by transforming the information to the much more efficient JSON format. As with most omnichannel service, this way we can also make sure that only the information that is needed is transferred. This time the example is a public SOAP web service provided by the Swedish Central Bank, and it allows us to query for exchange rates related to Swedish currency (kronor). The idea is that an app could allow the user to select a year and a month, and then show a list of the average exchange rates for that month. Even if this is a simple example, there is not much difference with getting information from a back-end system like SAP, Siebel or PeopleSoft. In a real-world scenario, the work of the service would be divided into different tiers with specific responsibility (low-end services to connect to back-ends, high-end services to add business logic and processes, and front-end services that provide customized functionality and data to the touch points, i.e. apps and webs). Let's start by looking at how we request the web service with SOAP. This is the body of the HTTP request, and as you can see it's in XML format and that SOAP is adding a significant overhead of metadata to send the three parameters. This is what we get back from the web service, and just as in the request, there is a lot of metadata and overhead to the two pieces of information we want to send to the app, which is what you see here -- a very slim array of currency codes and average exchange rates, in JSON format. In the PHP code we first get the parameters (line 2-3). Then we create the SOAP client (line 4), and call it with the parameters (line 5). The result is the XML in the tag (getMonthlyAverageExchangeRatesResponse) inside the Body tag of the SOAP response. For each found exchange rate (series, on line 7), the currency code and average is parsed (line 10-11), and added to an array (line 12). Then a root object (line 14) and headers (line 15-16) are added to the response before it's converted to JSON and returned to the app (line 17). To put this code on your server, please see the end of my previous video, http://youtu.be/P9PaOq587g0?t=4m43s, and then it can be called with (replace 0.0.0.0 with the IP address of your server): http://0.0.0.0/getExchangeRates?year=2014&month=2 There you have an omnichannel service that calls a SOAP web service and transform the data to JSON that can be easily consumed by your apps or webs. Download the source code: http://cforsberg.com/wp-content/uploads/OmnichanServCallSOAP.zip Follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/chrisforsberg Visit my site http://cforsberg.com
Views: 1119 Chris Forsberg
POSTMAN BEGINNER TUTORIAL 17 💡 How to run SOAP requests
 
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Today we will learn: 1. How to add SOAP request in Postman 2. Run and Validate Step 1 : Get Soap request url or WSDL url add to request url example : http://webservices.oorsprong.org/websamples.countryinfo/CountryInfoService.wso?WSDL Step 2 : Set method as POST Step 3 : Set body as raw and set text/xml Step 4 : Provide request data in body Step 5 : Run and validate ________________________________________________________________ POSTMAN Beginner Tutorials - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=juldrxDrSH0&list=PLhW3qG5bs-L-oT0GenwPLcJAPD_SiFK3C Playlists - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTt7pyY-o0eltq14glaG5dg/playlists SUBSCRIBE to get new videos - https://www.youtube.com/automationstepbystep ________________________________________________________________ . . ________ ONLINE COURSES TO LEARN ________ Visit - http://automationstepbystep.com/ ------------ Follow ------------ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/automationstepbystep Twitter - https://twitter.com/automationsbs Youtube - http://youtube.com/automationstepbystep
[XMJ] demo currency convert web service java
 
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Views: 3105 Tài Lê
Powershell Tutorial : Part 1 Web Services
 
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Demonstration of how Powershell can be used to consume and analyse web services.
Web Services 💡 Introduction - What is a Web Service
 
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Views: 2723 Technical Suneja
How to: Microsoft Dynamics NAV Integration through Web Services
 
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https://www.codelessplatforms.com/connectors/microsoft-dynamics-nav-integration/ How to: MS Dynamics NAV API Integration This video provides a short demonstration showing you how easy it is to create tasks for running integration, process automation, workflow and other activities which safely update MS Dynamics NAV through its API. In this case it is showing an integration example taking an XML file from an external system, then calling the Dynamics NAV web service to create new customer records. This can also be used to create drag and drop automation tasks which detect when something happens in Dynamics NAV - something else is automatically changed, so reducing repetitive activity and increasing data accuracy.
Views: 9955 Codeless Platforms
WebServices Soap in Mule Esb
 
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WebServices Soap in Mule Esb
Views: 91 Anand Kolla
Impersonation with Exchange Web Services
 
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Send to Email using Exchange Web Services (EWS) with a service account, and adding the sent message to the impersonated user's Sent Items folder
Views: 12837 JimmysTubeCast
Application Integration - SOAP Web Service - Working with XML - UiPath Studio
 
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UiPath builds a bridge between the new and the old world by automating in the same script web services and legacy applications. UiPath works both ways by extracting data one application and pass it to a web service or vice versa retrieving data from a web service and automating the UI with it. To find out more about UiPath or to request a free trial, please contact us: http://www.uipath.com/contact-us.
Views: 21167 UiPath
C# Web Services Tutorial 01 - Creating a Basic Web Service in C# Visual Studio - C# Tutorial
 
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In this video tutorial#01 we will create a simple basic web service .net application and we will test it on browser using visual studio 2017. In the next video tutorial we will test it using data tables and also we will create a client side windows application where we will exchange data between web service and client side application (windows form application). Link to our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/programming438.code/ For any question or suggestion you can directly contact us on our Facebook Page: https://web.facebook.com/programming438/ For new Updates and information you can Follow me on: Twitter: https://twitter.com/alizeb438 Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/alizeb438 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alizeb438/
Views: 1129 Coding Cafe
Integration Best Practices - Inbound Web Service
 
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The third video in our series of Integration Best Practices. This video covers the best practice activities around inbound SOAP and REST based web services.
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SOAP Overview
 
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WSDL Explained
 
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soapUI - How to Test a Web Service
 
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http://www.joecolantonio.com/ How to use soapUI Pro to test a web service and pass a web service response value as input to another request.
Views: 394211 Joe Colantonio
How to: Exchange Web Services Tutorial - Create Outlook calendar entries using TaskCentre
 
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https://www.codelessplatforms.com/connectors/microsoft-exchange-integration/ *** Note: TaskCentre now offers an enhanced way of connecting to Microsoft Exchange. For further details please see the following article: https://www.codelessplatforms.com/knowledge-base/knowledge-base/product-tools/specialist-third-party-tools/exchange-tool-pack/integrating-with-microsoft-exchange-on-premises-or-365/ *** In this video learn how to build a task that creates calendar entries in user's Microsoft Outlook folders using Microsoft Exchange web services and TaskCentre. This is particularly useful in the service industry or indeed in any scenario where users control their daily schedule through MS Outlook. It demonstrates that a record set queried from an ERP system can be consumed by the Web Service Connector tool and be translated and graphically mapped to the Exchange Web Services. In this specific example we are using the Create item method to create MS Outlook calendar entries in engineers' calendars, but similar tasks could be created for many different purposes. The source data could be event driven using our trigger event tools reacting to changes in an application database and updating MS Exchange in real time, or be based on a scheduled query, or perhaps another web service call retrieving data from the source application.
Views: 10036 Codeless Platforms
Syncronicity Pro: Connecting to Exchange Web Services
 
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This video demonstrates the steps needed to connect Syncronicity Pro for Exchange to an Office 365 account. Part Two of the Eight Bit Software Co. Tutorial Series. Get Syncronicity Pro on the App Store today, or visit eightbitapps.com for more details. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/syncronicity-pro-for-exchange/id645960982?mt=8
VS100-034 Exchange Web Services (EWS) プログラミング
 
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Recorded on 2013/03/26 - Captured Live on Ustream at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/ux-tv
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PHP Web Services with Lorna Jane Mitchell
 
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PHP Web Services: Working with APIs and PHP To view the complete video course, visit: http://oreil.ly/1kB2610 Learn how to build web services with PHP and exchange data across applications. In this video course, web development consultant Lorna Jane Mitchell provides real-world examples and advice based on her extensive experience to guide you through the key API concepts. In an increasingly interconnected world, you need to be able to integrate systems and share data. Whether you're checking prices on a stock market feed order or sending your latest content to Twitter, this course will show you how to work with APIs and PHP, the language of the Web. • Explore HTTP, from the request/response cycle to its verbs, headers, and cookies • Get practical advice for working with RPC, SOAP, and RESTful services • Use a variety of tools and techniques for debugging HTTP web services • Choose the service that works best for your application, and learn how to make it robust Don't miss an upload! Subscribe! http://goo.gl/szEauh Stay Connected to O'Reilly Media by Email - http://goo.gl/YZSWbO Follow O'Reilly Media: http://plus.google.com/+oreillymedia https://www.facebook.com/OReilly https://twitter.com/OReillyMedia
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34 - web services. WS-Addressing
 
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Лектор: Тимур Батыршинов (http://javabegin.ru). Ссылки из урока: http://programmingjungle.blogspot.com/2013/03/example-code-for-ws-adressing-in-jax-ws.html
Views: 1369 Roman Brovko
EWS Client
 
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In this video you will learn how connect to the Eyeshot Web Service using the C# WinForms client. To learn more on Eyeshot Web Service visit http://ews.devdept.com
How Do I Use OData Web Services to Modify Data in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2
 
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Create a simple Web Service client with WSDL in C# Visual Studio 2017
 
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Get data from a web service, and integrate it into our C# Visual Studio 2017 project. Take a quick look at WSDL and consider how it is relevant. Explore the endpoint configuration in the Web.config file. See a conversion from inches to centimeters, using a web service.
Views: 50779 Brandan Jones
JOpera - calling the exchange rate Web Service
 
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This video corresponds to the JOpera Web service invocation tutorial found here: http://www.jopera.org/docs/help/jop.html
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Chapter 17 : Consume SOAP webservice in MuleSoft Anypoint Platform [ HD Version]
 
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This tutorial is continuation of https://youtu.be/1bE7etU1akc here I show how to consume SOAP webservice in mule esb.
Views: 1867 Right Code
Setting Up a REST Service from a SOAP-based Web Service
 
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RESTXpress - http://www.restxpress.com - is a gateway and administrative console that allows internal services to act as REST services. This video shows how RESTXpress allows you to create a REST service from an existing SOAP-based service.
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SOAP Web Service - Automation Anywhere 10.7 | Artificial Intelligence | Robotics Automation
 
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What is an API?
 
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What exactly is an API? Finally learn for yourself in this helpful video from MuleSoft, the API experts. https://www.mulesoft.com/platform/api The textbook definition goes something like this: “An application programming interface (API) is a set of routines, protocols, and tools for building software applications. An API expresses a software component in terms of its operations, inputs, outputs, and underlying types. An API defines functionalities that are independent of their respective implementations, which allows definitions and implementations to vary without compromising each other. A good API makes it easier to develop a program by providing all the building blocks. APIs often come in the form of a library that includes specifications for routines, data structures, object classes, and variables. In other cases, notably SOAP and REST services, an API is simply a specification of remote calls exposed to the API consumers. An API specification can take many forms, including an International Standard, such as POSIX, vendor documentation, such as the Microsoft Windows API, or the libraries of a programming language, e.g., the Standard Template Library in C++ or the Java APIs. An API differs from an application binary interface (ABI) in that an API is source code-based while an ABI is a binary interface. For instance POSIX is an API, while the Linux Standard Base provides an ABI”. To speak plainly, an API is the messenger that runs and delivers your request to the provider you’re requesting it from, and then delivers the response back to you. To give you a familiar example, think of an API as a waiter in a restaurant. Imagine you’re sitting at the table with a menu of choices to order from, and the kitchen is the provider who will fulfill your order. What’s missing is the critical link to communicate your order to the kitchen and deliver your food back to your table. That’s where the waiter (or API) comes in. ”AHEM” The waiter takes your order, delivers it to the kitchen, and then delivers the food (or response) back to you. (Hopefully without letting your order crash if designed correctly) Now that we’ve whetted your appetite, let’s apply this to a real API example. In keeping with our theme, let’s book a flight to a culinary capital – Paris. You’re probably familiar with the process of searching for airline flights online. Just like at a restaurant, you have a menu of options to choose from ( a dropdown menu in this case). You choose a departure city and date, a return city and date, cabin class, and other variables (like meal or seating, baggage or pet requests) In order to book your flight, you interact with the airline’s website to access the airline’s database to see if any seats are available on those dates, and what the cost might be based on certain variables. But, what if you are not using the airline’s website, which has direct access to the information? What if you are using online travel service that aggregates information from many different airlines? Just like a human interacts with the airline’s website to get that information, an application interacts with the airline’s API. The API is the interface that, like your helpful waiter, runs and and delivers the data from that online travel service to the airline’s systems over the Internet. It also then takes the airline’s response to your request and delivers right back to the online travel service . And through each step of the process it facilitates that interaction between the travel service and the airline’s systems - from seat selection to payment and booking. So now you can see that it’s APIs that make it possible for us all to use travel sites. They interface with with airlines’ APIs to gather information in order to present options back to us The same goes for all interactions between applications, data and devices - they all have API’s that allow computers to operate them, and that's what ultimately creates connectivity. API’s provide a standard way of accessing any application, data or device whether it is shopping from your phone, or accessing cloud applications at work. So, whenever you think of an API, just think of it as your waiter running back and forth between applications, databases and devices to deliver data and create the connectivity that puts the world at our fingertips. And whenever you think of creating an API, think MuleSoft.
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Part 16   Soap faults in WCF
 
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Link for all dot net and sql server video tutorial playlists http://www.youtube.com/user/kudvenkat/playlists This is continuation to Part 15. Please watch Part 15, before proceeding. In Part 15, we have learnt that, WCF serializes exceptions to SOAP faults before reporting the exception information to the client. This is because exceptions are not allowed to be passed through a wcf service channel. SOAP faults are in XML format and are platform independent. A typical SOAP fault contains 1. FaultCode 2. FaultReason 3. Detail elements etc. The Detail element can be used to include any custom xml. We will discuss more about Detail element in a later video session. SOAP faults are formatted based on SOAP 1.1 or SOAP 1.2 speficications. SOAP format depends on the binding. BasicHttpBinding uses SOAP 1.1 whereas the other built-in WCF bindings use SOAP 1.2. For the differences between SOAP 1.1 and 1.2 please refer to the following article. http://www.w3.org/2003/06/soap11-soap12.html The differences are not that important from a developer perspective, as WCF formats the messages automatically based on the binding we have used to expose the service. To view SOAP Fault messages, please enable message logging in WCF. We have discussed enabling message logging in Part 9 of WCF video series. To view SOAP 1.1 fault message, set binding to basicHttpBinding. To view SOAP 1.2 fault message, set binding to wsHttpBinding. By default Message Security is turned on for wsHttpBinding. Set the security mode for wsHttpBinding to None, so we could view the SOAP 1.2 fault message.
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Part 1   Introduction to WCF
 
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Link for code samples used in the demo http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/2013/11/part-1-introduction-to-wcf.html Link for all dot net and sql server video tutorial playlists http://www.youtube.com/user/kudvenkat/playlists In this video we will discuss What is WCF Why should we use WCF What is WCF? WCF stands for Windows Communication Foundation and is part of .NET 3.0. WCF is Microsoft platform for building distributed and interoperable applications. What is a distributed application? In simple terms a distributed application, is an application where parts of it run on 2 or more computers. Distributed applications are also called as connected systems or applications. Examples: A web application running on one machine and a web service that this application is consuming is running on another machine. An enterprise web application may have the following tiers, and each tier may be running on a different machine 1. Presentation tier 2. Business tier 3. Data Access tier Why build distributed applications? There are several reasons for this 1. An enterprise application may need to use the services provided by other enterprises. For example an ecommerce application may be using paypal service for payments. 2. For better scalability. An enterprise web application may have Presentation tier, Business tier, and Data Access tiert, and each tier may be running on a different machine. What is an interoperable application? An application that can communicate with any other application that is built on any platform and using any programming language is called as an interoperable application. Web services are interoperable, where as .NET remoting services are not. Web services can communicate with any application built on any platform, where as a .NET remoting service can be consumed only by a .net application. What technology choices did we have before WCF to build distributed applications? Enterprise Services Dot Net Remoting Web Services Why should we use WCF? Let's take this scenario We have 2 clients and we need to implement a service a for them. 1. The first client is using a Java application to interact with our service, so for interoperability this client wants messages to be in XML format and the protocol to be HTTP. 2. The second client uses .NET, so for better performance this client wants messages formmated in binary over TCP protocol. Without WCF 1. To satisfy the first client requirement we end up implementing an ASMX web service, and 2. To satisfy the second client requirement we end up implementing a remoting service These are 2 different technologies, and have complete different programming models. So the developers have to learn different technologies. So to unify and bring all these technologies under one roof Microsoft has come up with a single programming model that is called as WCF - Windows Communication Foundation. With WCF, You implement one service and we can configure as many end points as want to support all the client needs. To support the above 2 client requirements, we would configure 2 end points. In the endpoint configuration we can specify the protocols and message formats that we want to use. In Part 2, we will discuss implementing 1. A web service to exchange messages in XML format using HTTP protocol for interoperability. 2. A remoting service to exchange messages in binary format using TCP protocol for performance. Along the way, we will get a feel of how different these technologies are. In Part 3, we will dicuss implementing a single WCF Service and configuring different end points to support different transport protocols and message formats.
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Smart India Hackathon's Massive Online Training Sessions - Overview of Web services
 
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Web services are a standardized mechanism to deliver business services over the world wide web via its most commonly used protocols. They help software systems implemented on different technology platforms to communicate, integrate and exchange data between themselves. This session gives you an overview of writing web services in two of the most commonly seen styles; REST and SOAP
Views: 2107 Inclusive Innovations
Part 3   Creating a wcf service
 
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Link for code samples used in the demo http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/2013/11/part-3-creating-wcf-service_18.html Link for all dot net and sql server video tutorial playlists http://www.youtube.com/user/kudvenkat/playlists This is continuation to Part 2. Please watch Part 2 from WCF video tutorial before proceeding. In this video, we will discuss 1. Creating a WCF service 2. Hosting the WCF service using a console application 3. Exposing 2 service endpoints. 4. Creating a windows and a web Client applications. Let's take the scenario that we discussed in Part 2. We have 2 clients and we need to implement a service a for them. 1. The first client is using a Java application to interact with our service, so for interoperability this client wants meesages to be in XML format and the protocl to be HTTP. 2. The second client uses .NET, so for better performance this client wants messages formmated in binary over TCP protocol. In Part 2, To meet the requirement of the first client, we implemented a web service and to meet the requirement of the second client we implemented a remoting service. In this video, we will create a single WCF service, and configure 2 endpoints to meet the requirements of both the clients.
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What is web service (Part-1)
 
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What is Web Service: Web services are open standard (XML, SOAP, HTTP...) based web applications that interact with other web applications for the purpose of exchanging data. Web service can convert your existing applications into web application. Web Service Need: Web services allow you to expose the functionality of your existing code over the network. Once it is exposed on the network, other applications can use the functionality of your program. Interoperability: Web services allow various applications to talk to each other and share data and services among themselves. Web services use standardized industry standard protocol for the communication. Four layers 1)Service Transport, 2)XML Messaging, 3)Service Description, 4) Service Discovery layers use well-defined protocols in the web services However, a web service also include components such as WSDL, UDDI, and SOAP that contribute to make it active. WSDL(Web service description Language): WSDL is an XML-based language for describing web services and how to access them. WSDL describes a web service, along with the message format and protocol details for the web service. UDDI(Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration.): UDDI is an XML-based standard for describing, publishing, and finding web services. SOAP: SOAP is a simple XML-based protocol that allows applications to exchange information over HTTP.
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How to create PowerCenter Web Services hosted by Web Services Hub
 
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This video provides information about how to create PowerCenter Web Services hosted by the Web Services Hub. This video also informs how to create web source and targets, how to create workflows into Web Service and testing it's functionality from Web Service Hub.
Views: 20075 Informatica Support
Introdução ao Exchange Web Services API
 
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Apresentação do João Tito Lívio sobre a Exchange Web Services API na 23a Reunião Presencial da Comunidade NetPonto em Lisboa Slides disponíveis para download: http://netponto.org/sessao/introducao-ao-exchange-web-services-api/ Comunidade NetPonto, a comunidade .NET em Portugal! http://netponto.org
Views: 214 Comunidade NetPonto
Oracle E-Business Suite Integrated SOA Gateway - PL/SQL API as REST Service
 
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Oracle E-Business Suite Integrated SOA Gateway Release 12.2.4 Tutorial: Publish PL/SQL API as REST Service Copyright © 2015 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Other names may be registered trademarks of their respective owners. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the “Materials”). The Materials are provided “as is” without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties or merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.