This tab has the following components:
Name Shows the name of the selected web service.
Type Shows the type of object.
Enabled Select this option to enable the web service to listen for requests over HTTP or HTTPS. By default, database servers do not listen for web service requests, leaving no way for clients to access any services that may be defined in your database. If you clear this option, the database server keeps the definition of the web service in the database, but makes the web service unusable. See Starting a database server that listens for web requests.
Service type Shows whether the selected web service is a RAW, XML, HTML, JSON, SOAP, or DISH web service. You can change the service type by choosing a different type from the dropdown list.
URL path Specifies whether URL paths are accepted, and if so, how they are processed. See Understanding how URLs are interpreted and Creating web service client functions and procedures
Off Select this option if the remainder of the URL path is not permitted. If the service name ends with a forward slash (/), select
Off. For example, if Off is selected and you have the URL path
http://<host-name>/<service-name> is permitted. The remainder of the URL path,
/<aaa/bbb/ccc is not permitted.
On Select this option if the remainder of the URL path is permitted and is set as a single parameter. For example, in the URL
http://<host-name>/<service-name>/aaa/bbb/ccc, the remainder of the URL path is /aaa/bbb/ccc. It is treated as a single parameter.
Elements Select this option if the remainder of the URL path is permitted and is set as multiple parameters. For example, in the URL
http://<host-name>/<service-name>/aaa/bbb/ccc, each element of the path is treated as a separate parameter. For example, url1=aaa, url2=bbb, url3=ccc, and so on.
Format This field applies only to SOAP and DISH services.
Generates output formats compatible with various types of SOAP clients, such as .NET or Java JAX-RPC. If a SOAP service's format is not specified, the format is inherited from the service's DISH service declaration. If the DISH service does not declare a format, it defaults to DNET, which is compatible with .NET clients. A SOAP service that does not declare a format can be used with different types of SOAP clients by defining multiple DISH services, each with a different format type.
Expose an explicit response object This option only affects the WSDL document that is generated. Select this option to have the DISH service return an XML schema that explicitly describes the result set. It returns all of the column names and their data types in the result set.
If you don't select this option, then the DISH service returns an XML schema (a WSDL document) that describes the generic SimpleDataset object. The SimpleDataset describes a rowset consisting of rows and columns; no column name or data type information is returned.
Data type This field only applies to SOAP services. The possible values are:
OFF No data typing of inputs and outputs. This is the default. See Working with data types.
ON Supports data typing of input parameters and result set responses.
IN Supports data typing of input parameters only.
OUT Provides data type information for result set responses of all SOAP service formats.
Service name prefix This field applies only to DISH services. Only SOAP services whose names begin with this prefix are handled by the DISH service.
Methods Select one or more of the following request methods: HEAD, GET, POST, PUT, or DELETE.
Authorization required Indicates whether users must authenticate to use this web service.
Select this option to indicate that authorization is required. When authorization is required, all users connecting to this service must provide a user name and password. If a checkmark appears beside the User field, you must authenticate as the specified user to use this web service. However, if a checkmark does not appear beside the User field and authentication is required, then you can authenticate with any database user to use this web service.
If authorization is not required, you must choose a user from the dropdown list below. All requests are run using the account and permissions of the user specified in the User field.
User Shows which user account is used to execute service requests. If the service does not require authorization, you must choose a user from the dropdown list.
Security required Shows whether unsecured connections are accepted. Select this option to indicate that the web service requires security. If the web service requires security, then only secure (HTTPS) connections are accepted. If this option is cleared, then both HTTP and HTTPS connections are accepted.
Comment Provides a place for you to type a description of the web service. For example, you could use this area to describe the web service's purpose in the system.
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