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RE: Web service help

Which example most closely resembles what you want to do?

If you haven't yet, try to setup  and run the examples working your way up from 1. Each program is a mini tutorial and will give you the basics of that particular approach and will teach you how HTTPAPI works so you will understand how to debug, how to check for errors, and what some of the APIs do and how they work.

If you share the information you have been given, we can advise you on if the web service is "easy" or complex. Otherwise, I would just be shooting the dark in giving you advise on where to start.

-----Original Message-----
From: ftpapi-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:ftpapi-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Max Buda
Sent: Monday, December 8, 2014 2:45 PM
To: ftpapi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: Web service help

> Let me start by saying I am new to web services and this list.
> Any help and assistance is greatly appreciated.
> I need to create a program to make a web service request and capture 
> the returned data.
> I have been provided with a sample XML for the request, a sample XML 
> for the response and finally the WSDL.
> Which of the provided examples (HTTP API) should I use as a starting 
> point for my program ?
> Since there is lots of data being exchanged, what's the best approach 
> when formulating the request, to limit hard-coding in the program ?
> And similarly, what's the best approach for managing the response 
> while limiting hard-coding ?
> Thanks
> Max Buda
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