SOAP and REST

  • In Pega PRPC, for Integration, we have SOAP and REST as connectors. SOAP or Simple Object Access Protocol is a XML based message protocol. REST is REpresentation State Transfer. The difference btw both is that SOAP works with only XML format whereas REST works with XML, HTML, JSON and text.
  • The following pre-requisites shall be done.
  • Before starting with PEGA, it is recommended to check the API in a SOAP/REST UI Software, to check if the link has not expired or the expected output is achieved.
  • After testing, we can start to work in PEGA.
  • In Dev Studio, In Configure -> Integration -> Connectors -> Create SOAP/REST Integration
  • We should give the WSDL url or it can be given as a file. Then, select the required function which needed to be used in your application. In the next page, give the name and the class to which it belongs.
  • Now, if you check in App -> Classes -> Created Class. You can see the functions listed with the given property. Now, this can be used in our application.
  • By creating a Page List, or by creating an Activity, we can include this in our particular section to be used by the application. If it is an Activity, it should be included as an Utility in the Process Flow.
  • REST is more easier to implement than SOAP. But Debugging in REST is far more tough than to debug in SOAP.

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3rd Year Computer Science Undergraduate Student of Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetam. Member of IEEE Student Branch, Travancore Society. PEGA Developer.

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Harsha Sathish

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3rd Year Computer Science Undergraduate Student of Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetam. Member of IEEE Student Branch, Travancore Society. PEGA Developer.

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