Authentication SOAP request

Specifies the name of the SOAP request object that the notification uses to authenticate with a SOAP web service.


A list of SOAP request objects.

Database name


Usage notes:

  • To authenticate with a SOAP web service, you must select a SOAP request object. The SOAP request object lets Ricoh ProcessDirector determine the SOAP version and other information required to communicate with the web service. When you import a Web Service Description Language (WSDL) file, Ricoh ProcessDirector creates SOAP request objects from the SOAP operations in the file.
  • To add SOAP request objects to the list, import a WSDL file. Ricoh ProcessDirector prepends the value of the WSDL prefix property and a hyphen to the name of each SOAP operation in the WSDL file.

    For example, a WSDL file contains 2 operations: authenticateByPassword and authenticateByCredential. You type Authentication for the WSDL prefix. Ricoh ProcessDirector creates 2 SOAP request objects: Authentication-authenticateByPassword and Authentication-authenticateByCredential.

    For more information, see the topic about importing WSDL files in the Ricoh ProcessDirector information center.

  • You cannot edit or delete a SOAP request object, and the properties of the objects do not appear in the user interface.
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