You can run a workflow to add a SOAP host and configure the host connection parameters.

Procedure

  1. Log in to the Orchestrator client as an administrator.
  2. Click the Workflows view in the Orchestrator client.
  3. In the workflows hierarchical list, expand Library > SOAP > Configuration and navigate to the Add a SOAP host workflow.
  4. Right-click the Add a SOAP host workflow and select Start workflow.
  5. In the Name text box, enter the name of the host.
  6. Select whether to provide the WSDL content as text.

    Option

    Action

    Yes

    Copy the text in the WSDL content text box.

    No

    Enter the correct path in the WSDL URI text box.

  7. In the Connection timeout text box, enter the number of seconds, within which Orchestrator must connect to the SOAP host, otherwise the connection times out.
  8. In the Request timeout text box, specify the number of seconds, within which a SOAP request must succeed, before it times out.
  9. Select whether to use a proxy.

    Option

    Action

    Yes

    Provide the proxy address and proxy port.

    No

    Continue to the next step.

  10. Select the authentication type.

    Option

    Description

    None

    No authentication is required.

    Basic

    Provides basic access authentication.

    Select the session mode.

    • If you select Shared Session, provide credentials for the shared session.

    • If you select Per User Session, the Orchestrator client retrieves credentials from the user who is logged in.

    Digest

    Provides digest access authentication that uses encryption.

    Select the session mode.

    • If you select Shared Session, provide credentials for the shared session.

    • If you select Per User Session, the Orchestrator client retrieves credentials from the user who is logged in.

    NTLM

    Provides NT LAN Manager (NTLM) access authentication within the Window Security Support Provider (SSPI) framework.

    Select the session mode.

    • If you select Shared Session, provide credentials for the shared session.

    • If you select Per User Session, the Orchestrator client retrieves credentials from the user who is logged in.

    Provide the NTLM settings.

    Kerberos

    Provides Kerberos access authentication.

    Select the session mode.

    • If you select Shared Session, provide credentials for the shared session.

    • If you select Per User Session, the Orchestrator client retrieves credentials from the user who is logged in.

  11. Click Submit to run the workflow.

Results

After the workflow runs successfully, the SOAP host appears in the Inventory view.

What to do next

You can explore the SOAP host objects and run workflows on them from the Inventory view.