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Web Service Integration With Oracle WebCenter

 
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Hi Experts,

Hope you all are doing well.

I have a WebCenter Portal Application running on WLS server.

There is a web service (i created the web service application in eclipse IDE along with Lomboz plug in) that has a custom method getName() of HelloWorld.java, which return a string.

The interesting thing is that now I want this WebCenter Portal Application to make a web service call to this custom method.

Please guide how do I do a web service call from a WebCenter Portal Application.

I searched through the standard Oracle Documents about integrating of WebCenter Portal Application with web services without any luck.

Seeking some expert advice.

Any pointers would be helpful.
 
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Hi Sam,

What kind of web service are you talking about?

Where is this web service and how have you created it? I see in your post that you developed your web service in Eclipse.

Not assuming much, I would suggest you to create a new Data Control in your WebCenter Application.

Pass that Data Control, the WSDL url and the rest will be taken care of by JDeveloper (if you are using that).

Then add the service method in the ADF task flow, mind the bounded and unbounded task flows.

Hope this helps.
 
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