Run Web Service Quick Action
Use the process described in Working with Web Service Script Integration to use a web service to work with data from an external application. The Run Web Service quick action obtains information from a web service.
|Enter action name||A unique name for the quick action.|
|Enter action description||Optional. A description of what the quick action does.|
|Enter category||Optional. The category. Select from the drop-down list.|
|WSDL URL||The URL of the WSDL document. Click Load Service Definition to import the settings in the document. This is the equivalent to the service reference in the web service script.|
The service to use. This is equivalent to the web service list.
|Operation Name||The operation (method) to use. This is equivalent to the method list.|
|Basic Authentication||Specifies if basic authentication is used, which means that you must supply a user ID and password.|
|Domain Name||The domain name to use.|
|User ID||A valid user name or ID.|
|Password||A valid password for the user ID.|
|WS Parameter||Automatically displayed by the application. The name of the web service parameter that is mapped to the values in the current context business object.|
|Type||Automatically displayed by the application. The type associated with the web service parameter.|
|Source Value||Automatically displayed by the application. The source value associated with the web service parameter.|
|Target Field||Automatically displayed by the application. The target field associated with the web service parameter.|
|Store Error Message||If there are web service errors, the application stores it in this field.|
|Save||Commits your settings.|
|Cancel||Exits without saving.|
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