Managing Notifications → Notification Settings → The Notifications View → Web Service Mapping Settings
Use the Map Web Service Function Parameters page to map application fields to Web service inputs and outputs. You can choose to map only inputs or outputs, or to not map fields and execute a Web service without exchanging data between the Web service and SBM.
The following options are available on the Map Web Service Function Parameters page:
Select this tab to map Web service inputs to SBM. When the Web service function is called, values in the mapped SBM fields are passed to the service.
Select this tab to map Web service outputs to SBM fields. When the Web service function is called, values from the Web service are passed to mapped SBM fields.
Indicates the name of the Web service function selected for the notification.
Indicates the name of the WSDL.
Lists the available inputs or outputs for the selected Web service function.
Select a mapped field, and then click to unmap.
Click to unmap all mapped fields.
If you map compatible SBM fields to Web service enumerations, the Configure Mapping button is enabled. Click this button to map selections to enumeration types. For details, refer to Enumeration Mapping Settings.
You can assign fixed values to Web service inputs for the following data types:
This enables you to control the data that is passed to the Web service, and to pass data other than values in SBM fields. You can specify a fixed value or map a field, but you cannot do both.
2007-04-28T12:30:00, which is interpreted as 12:30 p.m., April 28, 2007
2007-04-28, which is interpreted as April 28, 2007
2007-04-28T12:30:00Z, which explicitly specifies UTC
2007-04-28T12:30:00+6:00, which is a 6-hour offset from 12:30 p.m., April 28, 2007
From the list, select one of the internal parameters to pass to the Web service. Choices are Login ID, Unique ID (Table ID:Item ID), Item ID, Table ID, or User ID.
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