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19.4 Using RWWebServiceUtil to Test RWWebService

Oracle Reports installation provides a sample RWWebServiceUtil webservice testing utility class. This is available in ORACLE_HOME /reports/jlib/rwrun.jar. RWWebServiceUtil can be used to test various operations supported by RWWebService.

The following procedure outlines the necessary steps involved in using this utility:

  1. Include rwrun.jar in the classpath.

  2. Run RWWebServiceUtil as a normal java program as following:

    $ORACLE_HOME\jdk\bin\java oracle.reports.rwclient.RWWebServiceUtil

  3. It displays the following usage:

    -endpoint       url of the webservice
    -method         web service operation to invoke
    
    runJob,getJobInfo,getServerInfo,killJob,getAPIVersion
     
       Input Parameters for runJob
        -cmdline        command line to be used while submitting the job
        -sync           boolean value to specify if job should be submitted
                        in synchronous manner or asynchronous manner
     
       Input Parameters for getJobInfo
        -server         server to be used for processing the request
        -jobid          jobid in numeric format
        -authid         user/password for authentication, if server is secure
     
       Input Parameters for getServerInfo
        -server         server to be used for processing the request
        -authid         authid for authentication, if server is secure
     
       Input Parameters for killJob
        -server         server to be used for processing the request
        -jobid          jobid in numeric format
        -authid         authid for authentication, if server is secure
    
  4. You can use this utility to submit jobs to reports server using the following command:

    $ORACLE_HOME\jdk\bin\java
    oracle.reports.rwclient.RWWebServiceUtil -endpoint
    http://yourmachine:port/reports/rwwebservice -method runjob -cmdline
    "report=test.rdf desformat=pdf destype=file desname=/tmp/output.pdf
    server=ReportsServer" -sync true
    
  5. This submits the request to the server and returns a soap response in the following format:

    <?xml version = '1.0' encoding = 'UTF-8' standalone = 'yes'?>
       <serverQueues>
          <job id="2" queueType="past">
             <name>/home/vnanda/test.rdf</name>
             <type>report</type>
             <status code="4">Report  finished successfully.</status>
             <owner>RWUser</owner>
             <server>reportsserver</server>
             <destination>
                <desType>file</desType>
                <desName>/tmp/output.pdf</desName>
                <desFormat>pdf</desFormat>
                <file>output1.pdf</file>
             </destination>
             <timingInfo>
                <queued>Feb 17, 2009 9:41:36 AM</queued>
                <started>Feb 17, 2009 9:41:36 AM</started>
                <finished>Feb 17, 2009 9:41:38 AM</finished>
             </timingInfo>
          </job>
       </serverQueues>
    
  6. Similarly, you can invoke other operations on RWWebService using the RWWebServiceUtil.