Soap Publisher Adapter

Release Notes - Version 1.1.0

Updated: October 2, 2019

About Soap Publisher

The SOAP Publisher adapter is used to define a custom web service to access and update core objects. Once the System Administrator has defined the web service, a WSDL describing the service can be retrieved and then an external system can make requests of the adapter for create, update, create-or-update, read, and count data in datasets. Multiple operations on different datasets can be published as one WSDL (defined in one configuration), and multiple WSDLs can be published by the adapter (defined in multiple configurations). Use this adapter with any system that is capable of generating SOAP requests consistent with the generated WSDL.

Use the SOAP Publisher adapter with any system that is capable of generating SOAP requests consistent with the generated WSDL. The adapter can only publish a web service according to the definition provided in the configuration; it cannot consume a WSDL and create a web service from it.

What's New

This section summarizes the new features in this release.

What's New in SOAP Publisher 1.1.0

The SOAP Publisher 1.1.0 solution provides the following new features:

What's Fixed

This section provides information about fixes and improvements made to the SOAP Publisher adapter.

What's Fixed in the SOAP Publisher 1.1.0 Release

The following issues are fixed in the SOAP Publisher 1.1.0:

Known Issues

This release of the SOAP Publisher adapter has no known issues.