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About SOAP Server data instances

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Updated on March 16, 2022
Note: This form is deprecated. You should use the Connect CMIS form instead. Rules created previously will still work, but you cannot create new ones.

SOAP server data instances provide a means to store connection details for an external SOAP server. Connect-CMIS rules reference this information when connecting to external CMIS instances.

Fields and controls

The following table describes the available options on the Environment tab of the SOAP Server form.

FieldDescription
SOAP Server URI Enter the Uniform Resource Identifier for the SOAP service you are connecting to.

This field supports the Global Resource Settings syntax (= PageName.PropertyName ). The default property name for this field is pyAtomServerURI. For more information, see Using the Global Resource Settings feature.

User ID Optional. For SOAP servers that require authentication, enter the user ID of the account that your system uses to connect to the SOAP server.

This field supports the Global Resource Settings syntax (= PageName.PropertyName ). The default property name for this field is pySOAPServerUserID. For more information, see Using the Global Resource Settings feature.

Password Optional. For SOAP servers that require authentication, enter the password of the user account specified in the User ID field.

This field supports the Global Resource Settings syntax (= PageName.PropertyName ). The default property name for this field is pySOAPServerPassword. For more information, see Using the Global Resource Settings feature.

Test Connectivity After you complete this tab and save the SOAP Server data instance, click to confirm that your system can connect to the SOAP server.

The system displays test results in a separate window, identifying the parameters used in the test, the steps attempted, and the outcome of each step.

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