Adding Service Operations to Service Definitions
This section discusses how to:
Add existing service operations to service definitions.
Define new service operations for SOAP-based service definitions.
Define new service operations for REST-based service definitions.
You can add a service operation that already exists in the database to a service definition, or you can add and configure a new service operation and then add it to a service.
To add an existing service operation to a service:
Access the Add Existing Operations page (Link Existing Operations link).and click the
The Add Existing Operations page appears.
Select a service operation to add to the service.
In the Service Operation field, enter the name of the service operation to add to the service and click the Search button. The service operation appears in the Available Service Operations grid.
Select the check box next to the service operation name.
In the Service Operation field, click the Lookup button. The Look Up Service Operation page appears.
Select a service operation from the list to add to the service.
Click the Search button to show a list of service operations in the database.
Select one or more service operations to add to the service.
On the Add Existing Operations page, click the Save button.
The Services page appears and the service operations that you added appear in the Existing Operations grid.
On the Services page, click the Save button.
This section describes how to define new service operations for SOAP-based services.
To add and configure a new service operation for a SOAP-based service:
Access the Services page ().
The Services page appears.
In the Service Operations section, locate the Service Operation field and enter a name for the new service operation.
From the Operation Type drop-down list, select the type of service operation you are adding.
The valid values are:
Asynch to Synch.
Service operation types are discussed elsewhere in the product documentation.
Click the Add button.
The Service Operations-Definitions page appears. Use the page to configure the service operation.