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Søren Dyhr

WSDL's - should care be taken?

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I have in an integration issue stumbled over:

http://www.beezwax.net/solutions/wsp

...Which very well might be fitting the bill for a project I'm embarked upon, however have I been dissuaded from a collegue/competitor:

http://fimano.dk/

Since he is doing it differently with this:

http://www.e-conomic.dk/integration/loesninger/filemaker

E-conomics is the same provider I wish to have a solution integrating with.

So the question I wish to get answers to is:

1) The Web services plugin from Beeswax is it critical to the quality of the WSDL a api might make use of, in other words are some breads/types of WSDL's known to be giving hiccups?

2) What kind of compliancy questions is there to ask a provider for?

--sd

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Right I had correspondance with Jens from firmano, where he gave a more to the point reply to my question.

1) There is an upper limit to the WSDL's size the plugin can handle...

2) Logging into the service providers API could have issues it can't work...

Both of which E-conomics fall under.

Futher is there an issue with Beezwax's take on support ... here are you adviced to redirect your question to FMnexus who then puts you an "Case tracking ticket thingy" - where you are put apparently for eternal time:

http://doodadsoftware.com/fogbugz/default.php?1087_el7d8ieb

--sd

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