Extended Functions → Using Web Services → About Web Services
You can add Web services to your process apps, making their defined operations available as actions assigned to states and transitions in your application workflows. (See Using Actions for details.) To use this feature, you should be familiar with how Web services work and with the particular operations, inputs, and outputs of the Web services you are calling.
Using the Web service operation property editor, you can map each operation's inputs and outputs to application fields. In applications, Web services add capabilities to workflows that are primarily human-centered. That is, the workflows, forms, and tables are intended to structure and capture information that comes from people. Examples include issue and defect tracking.
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