The SOAP component is able to post messages to SOAP endpoints. It will wrap the body in a
SOAP:Body creating a valid SOAP Request. When the
smart option is enabled it will include all the necessary namespaces and append their prefixes on the nodes. This means you don't have to declare the namespaces in the message, the SOAP Component will add this for you.
The SOAP component has the following configuration options:
|URL to the SOAP endpoint that must be reached.|
|Whether or not the SOAP component should strip away the |
|After retrieving all the information from the |
|When disabled, you will have to add all the required namespaces with their prefixes to the xml body yourself.|
|When the chosen |
- This component can be chained to another endpoint. However unlike other components the output will not contain the message you posted somewhere, but will contain the response of the SOAP call.
- The SOAP component also has a Retrieve Information button, which retrieves all the possible methods you can call from your specified SOAP endpoint.
- The SOAP component is only capable of posting messages to SOAP endpoints, it cannot setup a SOAP endpoint.
- Using the
smartoption can be slow and inefficient for larger requests, we recommend to disable this option when processing larger requests.