Most applications that use the Orchestrator SOAP service have a common structure. To create a client application for the Orchestrator SOAP service, you must perform a standard sequence of tasks. Process for Creating an Orchestrator Web Service Client ApplicationDeveloping a Web services client application follows a broad sequence of stages. Web Service EndpointThe Web service endpoint is the port upon which you connect a Web service client to the Orchestrator server. Generating the Orchestrator Web Service StubsYou generate client and server stubs from the Orchestrator WSDL. Accessing the Server from Web Service ClientsBy default, Orchestrator permits access to workflows from Web service clients. However, the Orchestrator administrator can configure the server to deny connections from Web service clients. Create a Web Service ClientYou can use the Orchestrator Web service API to create a Web service client to connect to the Orchestrator Server. The Web service connection allows you to access workflows in the Orchestrator server and perform operations on them. Time Zones and Running Workflows Through Web ServicesRunning workflows through Web services can lead to erroneous timestamping, if the run request comes from an application running in a different time zone to the Orchestrator server. Web Service Application ExamplesOrchestrator provides working examples of Web services client applications that provide Web access to Orchestrator.