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Import issue of Outbound and Inbound Webservices into Siebel Client 8.2

Unable to import Outbound and Inbound Webservices into Siebel Client 8.2 (Public Sector) as per installation:

Import the Outbound Web Services

To import the outbound web service, do the following:

1. Go to Administration->Web Services->Outbound Web Services

2. Click on Import in the Outbound Web Services applet

3. Click on Browse… in the presented dialog

4. Open the file <install_dir>/examples/SmokeTest/OutboundWebService.xml

Oracle Policy Automation Connector for Siebel Installation Guide V10.3.0 23

5. Click on Import in the presented dialog

6. Highlight the DeterminationsServer record

7. Modify the Address to <ds_url>/soap/AdminSmokeTest in the Service Ports applet

8. Repeat Steps 2-7 choosing the file

<install_dir>/examples/SmokeTest/OutboundWebServiceIO.xml

Import the Inbound Web Services

To import the outbound web services, do the following:

Go to Administration->Web Services->Inbound Web Services

1. Click on Import in the Inbound Web Services applet

2. Click on Browse… in the presented dialog

3. Open the file <install_dir>/examples/InboundWebService.xml

4. Click on Import in the presented dialog

5. Highlight the Policy Automation Inbound record

6. Modify each Address entry to the name of the machine hosting the EAI_Anon_Enu Web Server

Extension, in the Service Ports applet

7. Repeat Steps 2-7 choosing the file <install_dir>/examples/InboundWebServiceIO.xml

Nothing is getting imported. Did anyone observed this issue? I am using Siebel OPA 10.3.1 Connector.

Regards

Bhaskara

Oracle Fusion Middleware Development Team

Best Answer

  • Ravindra D-Oracle
    Ravindra D-Oracle Member Posts: 40 Employee

    you are following manual installation step which is little laborious.

    I think you will get to see the IO definitions only after you activate the policy Automation view.

    I will suggest you to complete all the steps and then check.

    in my opinion, importing the sif file will be easy one as compared to manual installation.

    Thanks!

    Ravi

    Oracle Fusion Middleware Development Team

Answers

  • Ravindra D-Oracle
    Ravindra D-Oracle Member Posts: 40 Employee

    you are following manual installation step which is little laborious.

    I think you will get to see the IO definitions only after you activate the policy Automation view.

    I will suggest you to complete all the steps and then check.

    in my opinion, importing the sif file will be easy one as compared to manual installation.

    Thanks!

    Ravi

    Oracle Fusion Middleware Development Team
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