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Web Services Publishing: Introduction

SECTION 1: Introduction

01 Overview 4 m

SECTION 2: Configuration

02 Configuration Essentials 2 m
03 Activity: Web Service Security Levels
04 Configuring a SOAP Web Services Publishing Endpoint 11 m
05 Configuring a REST Web Services Publishing Endpoint 7 m

SECTION 3: Testing with SOAP UI

06 Testing Essentials 3 m
07 Testing a SOAP Web Services Publishing Endpoint 6 m
08 Testing a REST Web Services Publishing Endpoint 6 m

SECTION 4: Conclusion

09 Conclusion 1 m

SECTION 5: Final Assessment (Earn 80% or higher to earn credit)

10 Final Assessment

Web Services Publishing facilitates point-and-click creation of standard web services that provide access to OnBase functionality for use by external users or third-party applications. With a "no coding" interface, Web Services Publishing opens the door for many organizations to create data-level integrations between OnBase and critical business systems. Users can work in their business systems with the confidence that they have the most up-to-date data and content.

Learn how to publish and test both SOAP and REST web services to expand the possible integrations between OnBase and third-party applications.

  • Premium
  • P1515
  • Intermediate
  • 40 mins
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Prerequisites
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Topics Covered
  • Entering a Target Namespace for the Web Service
  • Selecting a Web Service Endpoint Type
  • Choosing Appropriate Security
  • Selecting Operation Category and Action
  • Marking Keywords as Required
  • Publishing a Project
  • Adding Service Account Credentials to the Web.Config
  • Accessing the SOAP or REST Service Pages