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Frequently Asked Questions Regarding the Implementation of Web Services with ODI (Doc ID 1141703.1)

Last updated on MARCH 27, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Data Integrator - Version and later
Oracle Data Integrator on Marketplace - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
The article applies to all releases of ODI like the current 12C as well as to previous releases.


Issues concerning the setting up and calling of Web Services with, and from, Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) and associated tools:


Questions and Answers

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In this Document
Questions and Answers
 Issues related to setting and use of the server side Web Service features using the ODI tool called OdiInvoke...
 1. How to set up, and launch a Scenario using Web Services?
 2. How to set up, and launch a Scenario on an ODI 11g /12c J2EE Agent running on WLS, and using Web Services protocols?
 3. How to invoke a Web Service from Jython?
 4. Invoking ODI 10g Public Web Service fails on WLS.
 5. "Agent didn't prepare this command..." message is signaled in the XML response returned from a Web Service call to the ODI OdiInvoke tool.
 6. "Error While Exporting Request" message is signaled when using Java 1.6, and the OdiInvokeWebService tool in ODI 10g to export the request XML.
 Miscellaneous issues related to ODI and Web Services...
 1. Setting up ODI artifacts and Web Services for Oracle Product Information Management.
 2. How to invoke Web Services which include SOAP headers?
 3. How to invoke non-SOAP compatible Web Services?
 4. How to setup client environments to test Web Services before implementing in ODI?
 Issues related to the calling Web Services from the ODI tool called OdiInvokeWebservice...
 1. Is it possible to insert XML attribute data into the XML source used to set up Web Service calls?
 2. Issues fixed in ODI 10g versions.

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