SOAP stands for the Simple Object Access Protocol is a protocol that allows the exchange of structured XML data
The SOAP protocol is fully described at http://www.w3.org/TR/SOAP.
The basic principle workflow is very simple:
The software submits XML (or JSON) using the HTTP POST method to a certain address and gets a response which is saved into the file
SOAP Action Properties
- Write Variables option forces package action to save variables values into the log file before the execution.
- It is usually used for debugging and not recommended for production environment.
- It can be globally disabled using options dialogue
Soap content tab
Soap parameters tab
Execution result tab
After execution tab
Specifies which variables will be set once action execution is completed
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Last updated: November 29, 2023