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Clarification about Service Interface:

Hi All,

Every Service interface has an associated WSDL.

So I assume that every service interface we create, a web service is created in XI.

From the WSLD of an sender service interface, I came to know the below information about the web service in XI.

Web Service Name : Service interface name

Operation name in web service : Service interface name

Parameter/argument of the operation : source XML payload.

I want to clarify, if this understanding is correct.. plz help me

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  • Posted on Mar 31, 2015 at 03:43 PM

    >>>So I assume that every service interface we create, a web service is created in XI.

    That would just be a design time WSDL document. It's not a web-service until it is configured/ you setup binding.

    If you see the wsdl, you don't see any endpoint information in it.

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    • >>>Service interface will create a web service.

      If you use SOAP adapter as your sender then this interface acts as a web service provider.


      >>>The SOAP request will be sent from File sender adapter to this web service(which is present in integration engine).


      Which web-service are you referring to ? Don't compare the wsdl tab with any service on integration engine. This option is to provided to extract design time wsdl /publish it in SR/ working with proxies.


      Go through pipeline steps for a better understanding on message flow in PI

      Understanding message flow in XI

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