Web service - Configuration

Processes module Web service action Properties "Web services" tab / Edit web service request

Factory class

Classes can be entered here, which are used at runtime in order to create objects that perform web service requests among other things. This mechanism will be used, for example, with the registered class "de.uplanet.lucy.server.bpee.IntrexxLoginWebServiceCallBpeeExecutableFactory" to perform an Intrexx login via web service. This class performs two requests in sequence for the Intrexx login operation without making this process visible to the user.


Factories can be made into parameters, for example with timeout values for the creation of a connection and server reply.

Add parameter
Adds a new row.

Delete parameter
Deletes the selected parameter.

Name column

Displays the name of the parameter. If you click on a cell in this column, you can either select an Intrexx parameter or enter a custom parameter directly.

Value column

The parameter value can be edited here.

Definable parameters

When requesting a web service, the parameters mentioned here can be set.
Defines the timeout - how long to wait for a response after a successful connection. The desired time must be specified in milliseconds.
Defines the timeout - how long the web service takes to accept the connection. The desired time must be specified in milliseconds.
In case of HTTP Basic authentication, the credentials are sent in advance before the server sends a possible unauthorized response. The value is false by default.
Static user name that should be used for HTTP Basic authentication.
Static password that should be used for HTTP Basic authentication.
Name of the host to authenticate to.
Port of the host to authenticate to.
The HTTP protocol version.
Specify whether chunked transfer encoding should be used (true/false).
Set to true if the authentication scheme should allow retries. The value is false by default.
Validity range of the current authentication scheme.
Domain required for authentication.
List for authentication schemes, e.g. Digest Basic.