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OBIEE 12c: How to Create a Proxy for a Web Service (Doc ID 2600950.1)

Last updated on JULY 11, 2022

Applies to:

Business Intelligence Suite Enterprise Edition - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Oracle Business Intelligence provides a set of Session Based Web Services which can be used to programmatically access the Presentation Services and perform a wide range of operations.

Clients connect to the web services using SOAP message.  To make it easier to communicate from any development environment (J2EE, .NET, etc) you can create proxy classes which map functions to XML elements and the use them to send the SOAP messages to the server.  By using this approach you continue to work with the language or development environment you know are comfortable with and the proxy classes will deal with the interaction at the SOAP level.

This document provides an example of how to use the OBIEE WSDL to create a web service proxy using JDeveloper


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