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How to call web service that uses WS-Addressing from OSB 12c by Denis Velagic

Juergen Kress
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One of the external systems is using web services with WS-Addressing to retrieve Login information for the user in this case it is a token number. After which this token number will be used when calling other web services from that system.

So to call this web service from Oracle Service Bus 12c we need to create correct SOAP headers to enable the WS-Addressing callout.

Short overview of WS-Addressing

WS-Addressing provides a transport-neutral mechanism to address Web services and their associated messages. Using WS-Addressing, endpoints are uniquely and unambiguously defined in the SOAP header. WS-Addressing provides two key components that enable transport-neutral addressing, including:

  • Endpoint reference (EPR) - Communicates the information required to address a Web service endpoint.
  • Message addressing properties - Communicates end-to-end message characteristics, including addressing for source and destination endpoints and message identity, that allows uniform addressing of messages independent of the underlying transport. Read the complete article here.

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