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SMP 2.3 SOAP Client for iOS?

Former Member
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We are looking to consume SOAP web services through SMP 2.3 SP04 on iOS. Is there a client library that we need to do so? How would we handle registration to SUP and the SOAP objects coming through SMP?

Thanks!

DJ

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midhun_vp
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Hi Daniel,

Object API approach- Create MBOs using SOAP web service. You can use the native SDK to develop the app. More info: SyBooks Online . Migration effort to SMP 3 will be high in this case. You can find more information on migration effort here:

Regards,

Midhun VP

Former Member
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This is what I was afraid of. I was hoping we can avoid MBO route. Is there no way to do it through REST API?

We setup 2 SMP 2.3 applications, 1 for REST API and 1 for OData SDK. Looks like the connection type gets automatically setup as Proxy. Do you folks have more info on how this works? Specifically, is SMP just passing the calls through, or is it doing some kind of mapping or magic?

In SMP3, is there an option to consume SOAP through similar interface as REST, or non MBO route?

Thanks!

Former Member
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For the REST API, it seems we are able to communicate with the SOAP WS via POST and GET. We are getting SOAP like responses so it looks like it's just purely passing through the request and response.

Just need to find a iOS/JS library to consume SOAP responses.

Jitendra_Kansal
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Hi DJ,

In SMP3, is there an option to consume SOAP through similar interface as REST, or non MBO route?

In SMP 3.0, To consume SOAP WS through REST API app development approach, you have to convert it into OData services using Integration Gateway (IGW) toolkit. Once you are done with it, it is very easy to consume.

You may check

Rgrds,

JK

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Jitendra_Kansal
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Hi DJ,

Are you following MBO based app development approach?

Former Member
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We're hoping to go non-MBO approach, to avoid migration effort.

Thanks!