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    Default how to call Parlay X Web Services from zimlet

    I will make a zimlet which uses Parlay X Web Services. But I don't know Web Services well, so I don't know how to write the code which calls Parlay X Web Services (Interface:ThirdPartyCall, Operation:makeCall).
    Please teach me how to write the code which calls Web Services.

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    Hi, and welcome to the Forums.

    To be honest, I'm not sure we're going to be much help. Anything in particular?

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    Thank you for replying and sorry for bad explanation.

    In "parlayx_third_party_call_interface_2_3.wsdl" and "parlayx_third_party_call_service_2_3.wsdl", "soap:address location", "service name","operation" and "input parameter" are written.
    1) "soap:address location" = "http://localhost:9080/ThirdPartyCallService/services/ThirdPartyCall"
    2) "service name" = "ThirdPartyCallService"
    3) "operation" = "makeCall"
    4) "input parameter" = "callingParty" and "calledParty"

    When using AjxRpc.invoke method to call Parlay X Web Services, how should I set the parameters ?
    AjxRpc.invoke(requestStr, serverUrl, requestHeaders, callback, useGet, timeout)
    For example, 3) "operation" is set to requestStr or serverUrl ?
    In case of requestStr, I set "operation=makeCall&callingParty=11111&calledParty =22222" to requestStr.
    In case of serverUrl, I set "http://localhost:9080/ThirdPartyCallService/services/ThirdPartyCall/ThirdPartyCallService/makeCall" to serverUrl.

    I want to know how to write the code in order to call Web Services correctly.
    I hope you can understand my awkward English.

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    Yokomi, no need to post 8 times your message.
    It was "delayed for moderation" because of the antispam feature of the board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yokomie View Post
    Thank you for replying and sorry for bad explanation.

    In "parlayx_third_party_call_interface_2_3.wsdl" and "parlayx_third_party_call_service_2_3.wsdl", "soap:address location", "service name","operation" and "input parameter" are written.
    1) "soap:address location" = "http://localhost:9080/ThirdPartyCallService/services/ThirdPartyCall"
    2) "service name" = "ThirdPartyCallService"
    3) "operation" = "makeCall"
    4) "input parameter" = "callingParty" and "calledParty"

    When using AjxRpc.invoke method to call Parlay X Web Services, how should I set the parameters ?
    AjxRpc.invoke(requestStr, serverUrl, requestHeaders, callback, useGet, timeout)
    For example, 3) "operation" is set to requestStr or serverUrl ?
    In case of requestStr, I set "operation=makeCall&callingParty=11111&calledParty =22222" to requestStr.
    In case of serverUrl, I set "http://localhost:9080/ThirdPartyCallService/services/ThirdPartyCall/ThirdPartyCallService/makeCall" to serverUrl.

    I want to know how to write the code in order to call Web Services correctly.
    I hope you can understand my awkward English.
    Did you solve it? I have the same question ....

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