WebServices Listener tar file for Impact 4.0.2

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Abstract

The web services listener tar file contains the Netcool/Impact WSDL file and a set of utilities that work with Netcool/Impact and web services.

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Setting Up the Web Services Listener

The web services listener is automatically installed when you install Netcool/Impact. You
do not need to perform any additional configuration steps. However, you can also obtain the web services listener tar file, which contains the Netcool/Impact
WSDL file and a set of utilities that help you work with Netcool/Impact and web services.
The web services listener tar file is named WebServiceListenerdate.tar, where date
is the build date of the software. This file is available on the download site at the end of this technote.

Prerequisites

Impact 4.0.2

Installation Instructions

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All Netcool/Impact 4 builds later than 590 contain a new update to Impact WebServices Listener service: A Document/Literal listener was added. The original listener was RPC encoded listener. Netcool/Impact 4 now supports both formats. The new listener's method signatures are identical to the old one except encoding style. The two listeners are same in terms of functionality.

ImpactWSListener.wsdl : This defines the interface to the Impact RPC encoded WebService listener. At the moment it supports two methods:
1) login
2) runPolicy

ImpactWSListenerDL.wsdl : This defines the interface to the Impact Document/Literal WebService listener. At the moment it supports two methods:
1) login
2) runPolicy

bin/WebServiceTest.sh : The test program to test the RPC encoded Listener functionality.

bin/WebServiceTestDL.sh : The test program to test the Document/Literal Listener functionality.

WSListenerTestPolicy.ipl: The sample policy file that is executed in Impact. Make sure you create this policy in Netcool/Impact and also have it take a user parameter called "PARAM1" if you want to have the above test program work.

WSTest.java: Shows how to call RPC encoded listener in Java.

WSTestDL.java:Shows how to call Doc/Literal listener in Java.


HOW TO:
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1) Import the above policy into Netcool/Impact. Make sure you create a user parameter for this policy called PARAM1.
2) Execute the $NCHOME/impact/bin/nci_findendpoint.sh script to get endpoint addresses of RPC/encoded and Doc/Literal listeners.
3) Use this output to run the WebServiceTest.sh or WebServiceTestDL.sh script.

NOTES: Make sure you read the comments in the above script files before
----- executing them.

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Download RELEASE DATE LANGUAGE SIZE(Bytes) Download Options
WebServiceListenerNov052007Impact40 5/21/2008 English 11024000 FTP

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More support for:

Tivoli Netcool/Impact

Software version:

4.0.2

Operating system(s):

AIX, HP-UX, Linux, Solaris, Windows

Reference #:

4019240

Modified date:

2012-11-20

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