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Testing the web service integration

Since Creatio calls web services as part of a business process, you need to set up a test process that would display the retrieved values of its response parameters. The simplest way of implementing this is to map the response parameters to fields of an auto-generated page or pre-configured page.

1.Open the Process Designer and design a process with two consecutive elements: a [Call web service] element and a pre-configured page (Fig. 1).

Fig. 1 A process to obtain currency exchange rates using web service


2.Set up the properties of the [Call web service] element as shown on (Fig. 2).

Fig. 2 The [Call web service] element properties area



In the [API key] field, enter your actual API key instead of “00000000000000000000000000000000”. You will need to register on to obtain your API key.

3.In the pre-configured page designer, set up the pre-configured page element by adding three decimal fields (one for each currency): “Australian dollar”, “Euro”, “Ruble”, text field “Base currency” and date “Date” field. Save the page.

4.In the pre-configured page properties area, map the fields to the corresponding outgoing parameters of the [Call web service] element (Fig. 3, Fig. 4).

Fig. 3 Setting up page parameters on the pre-configured page properties area


Fig. 4 Mapping parameters of the pre-configured page to the [Call web service] element


5.Save and run the process.

As a result, a pre-configured page (Fig. 5) will open with the currency exchange rates passed to its fields.

Fig. 5 Currency exchange rates displayed on a pre-configured page


See also

[Call web service] process element

[Pre-configured page] process element

Updating currency exchange rates with web service integration


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