Sending XML/SOAP using script

Posted on 2014-10-21
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Last Modified: 2016-02-26
two questions
1)Can i send XML file to other server via SOAP using unix script if yes please
give an example

2) The other server wants to response back to our server and for that they need
some kind of listener any idea if we can do that in script too.
Question by:sam2929
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Expert Comment

by:Thomas Wheeler
ID: 40396111
You can use curl from the command line our if you have access you can use php cli it makes it easy. When I get back to my computer I will post examples.

Author Comment

ID: 40396615
Hi Thomas,
what about option 2) for response back do i need to setup some kind of listener.


Expert Comment

by:Thomas Wheeler
ID: 40397232
here is a link to the bash example. I am not sure what you are attempting but it sounds like a web services is what you are looking for. This will allow the other server to respond back.


Author Comment

ID: 40397668
yes i am looking for web services

Accepted Solution

Thomas Wheeler earned 2000 total points
ID: 40397698
Ok so you need to create an API. You can use a framework like http://www.slimframework.com/ or https://github.com/chriskacerguis/codeigniter-restserver as far as calling the remote server here is a soap you can look at the examples here http://us3.php.net/manual/en/soapclient.call.php

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