Question Not able to connect web services

#1
Hi Team,

I am facing issue with the connectivity of web service through Open edge 10.2B.
Environment : Unix
Progress Version : 10.2B
Below is the code i am using:

Code:
DEFINE VARIABLE hWeb AS HANDLE      NO-UNDO.
 
CREATE SERVER hWeb.
hWeb:CONNECT("-WSDL
    'https:www.abc.com'
    -Port HTTP_Port
    -WSDLUserId 'abc'
    -WSDLPassword 'xyz' ").
    
    IF hWeb:CONNECTED() THEN
    DO:
        MESSAGE 'Hello'
            VIEW-AS ALERT-BOX INFORMATION BUTTONS OK.
        
    END.
    else do:
    MESSAGE 'BYE'
        VIEW-AS ALERT-BOX INFORMATION BUTTONS OK.
    end.


I am getting below error:

** Could not recognise argument: -WSDLUserId. (301)
Unable to process parameters. (5509)


Please help me with some solution as how to connect web services through progress.
 

John

New Member
#4
Hi Team,

I am facing issue with the connectivity of web service through Open edge 10.2B.
Environment : Unix
Progress Version : 10.2B
Below is the code i am using:

Code:
DEFINE VARIABLE hWeb AS HANDLE      NO-UNDO.

CREATE SERVER hWeb.
hWeb:CONNECT("-WSDL
    'https:www.abc.com'
    -Port HTTP_Port
    -WSDLUserId 'abc'
    -WSDLPassword 'xyz' ").
   
    IF hWeb:CONNECTED() THEN
    DO:
        MESSAGE 'Hello'
            VIEW-AS ALERT-BOX INFORMATION BUTTONS OK.
       
    END.
    else do:
    MESSAGE 'BYE'
        VIEW-AS ALERT-BOX INFORMATION BUTTONS OK.
    end.


I am getting below error:

** Could not recognise argument: -WSDLUserId. (301)
Unable to process parameters. (5509)


Please help me with some solution as how to connect web services through progress.
Hi,

We have application developed in Webspeed using JavaScript and need to send some data to QAD DB through TIBCO and Qxtend .
For this, TIBCO is going to expose service to Webspeed application.

Could you pls suggest how we can write code at webspeed side to consume web service exposed from TIBCO to send data?

Thank You
 

Cringer

ProgressTalk.com Moderator
Staff member
#5
Hey John, I think you already have a post open on this. It's always best to have a fresh thread for a fresh question :)
 
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