Web Services Plugin

Publish any process as a web service. Shape, combine and transform data from backend databases, legacy systems and applications. Expose data end-points as an API to retrieve, create, update, or delete data as part of an automated backend process.

Key Features 

  • Quickly expose existing systems as APIs
  • Works with text, JSON, XML and many other Internet media types
  • Create dynamic end-to-end REST or SOAP APIs
  • Wrap any standard process into a web service in a matter of minutes
  • Orchestrate chains of APIs to create composite systems
  • Define easy or complex APIs using Swagger (OpenAPI) Specification

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Stay connected
Use the Web Services plugin to integrate with any web-based or on-premise application that exposes a SOAP or REST web services interface.

Connect and consume APIs without manual code
Seamless creation, management and orchestration of Web-based APIs. Build and orchestrate cloud-native data pipelines for use cases such as data ingest, real-time analytics, and data import/export.

Data can be received via XML or Json with operations supported by the web service using HTTP methods such as: GET, PUT, POST, DELETE, PATCH, HEAD, or OPTIONS.

Compose and submit requests to a server and view and analyse server responses. Create a set of parameters to be passed to the target method and specify their values.  Add non-functional behaviours such as security, aggregate multiple information sources or visually model the business logic behind your API.


Plugin Functions

Call REST Web Service or Call SOAP Web Service
Functions to call a RESTful or SOAP web service.

REST Web Service or SOAP Web Service
A service to assemble and publish a REST or SOAP web service endpoint by implementing its web methods through events.

WATCH: Creating a SOAP web service

WATCH: Creating a REST web service

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