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SMP IGW Rest service tool issue


I am building an Odata model for a rest service

Rest Service is URI:


The above service is a POST service hence I wanted to create a "Create" connection in the Odata model using custom coding.

The SMP version is 3.0 SP06 and using Eclipse Kepler for OData modeling and the Api toolkit for SMP version is 1.4.1.

With the above information following are the 2 errors that I am seeing

1. When creating the OData model in Eclipse if I select "Target runtime as SP06" then when the Model is created and I perform "Select Data Source" and select "Rest Service" as data source and select "Create" then Finish button gets disabled and shows "Operation is not supported". But if the Target runtime is SP07 then it allows.

I have followed Carlos Roggan's blog and not sure why for SP06 its not allowing me to do a "Create" operation.

Integration Gateway: Understanding REST data source [9]: CREATE operation

2. For now I have created a Odata model for the above rest webservice using "Query" operation and added the Service as a Endpoint to SMP application.

SMP Hybrid Application Endpoint URL is :;v=3

When I am trying to access the Odata model using the below URL via POST



I have passed necessary headers




Along with the POST payload. The SMP does the authentication and its successful but after that doesnt connect to the above service and gives and error response "403 Access to the specified resource has been forbidden."

Any suggestions will be helpful.



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    Posted on Jun 04, 2015 at 09:49 AM

    Hi Amit,

    1) With latest release SMP3 SP07 server, SMP supports full CRUD on REST data source. Till SMP3 server SP06 only query and read were supported. Read here

    2).How come you doing a POST for Query operation? I don't get it.

    <<Please hide all your company related info host name, ip address>>

    Upgrade to SP07 to take advantage of full features of REST services.



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