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base64 encoding for Siebel Outbound WebService (Doc ID 490895.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 22, 2019

Applies to:

Siebel CRM - Version 7.7.2 [18325] and later
Generic Windows
Currency review on 27/03/207


The requirement is to write a Business Service in eScript, which reads a file and calls a Outbound Web Service.
The file itself is transferred by the Web Service using a byte array.
After importing the WDSL using the EAI Wizard, the byte array gets mapped to a string.
Therefore the file data must be base64 encoded and the resulting string used as a parameter for the Web Service.

    var Inp = TheApplication().NewPropertySet();
    Inp.SetProperty("FileName", inTempFileName);
    Inp.SetProperty("FileText", "false");    // don't open as text
    Inp.SetProperty("IsReceivingTextData", "false");
    var fileTransport = TheApplication().GetService("EAI File Transport");
    var filePropSet = TheApplication().NewPropertySet();
    fileTransport.InvokeMethod("Receive", Inp, filePropSet);
// the following line fails, because of value is binary
var dataString = filePropSet.GetValue();

// missing: conversion of binary data in filePropSet into base64-encoded String

    // put the base64 encoded file-data as a string into the propertySet
    wsInput.SetProperty("WriteDocumentSoapIn:data", dataString);        
    // call Web Service
    IXOS_LAPISBLDocService.InvokeMethod("WriteDocument", wsInput, wsOutput);

tried  the following:

var psXMLOutputs = TheApplication().NewPropertySet();
xmlConverter.InvokeMethod("PropSetToXML", filePropSet, psXMLOutputs);
var dataString = psXMLOutputs.GetValue();

The result is not what is expected, because the value of the property set is embedded in other xml-tags.




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