I'm conneting to a WSDL based webservice using the CREATE SERVER methodology. I need to pass objects as parameter to the webservice method. Is this possible?
Since objects can't pass over an AppServer boundry, it seems highly unlikely. Is the other end even ABL?
what web service requires objects as parameters?
What is the definition of these objects?
Who defines the objects?
What happens to them when the web service gets them?
Do the objects have methods that are supposed to function once the object has been passed to the web service?
How do you create the objects in the first place?
The websevice method I need to call has a class as one of its arguments.
It will look something like this;
RUN TransactionQuery IN hWebService
Since the webservice uses XML for communication, I was wondering if you can do something to inject the necessary XML data into the SOAP as substitute to the object.
Or is this the same problem as the webservice that requires JAVA complex type?
Sorry but you cannot do it. SOAP used to stand for "Simple Object Access Protocol" but they didn't really mean it. It isn't simple and it has nothing to do with objects (deliberately so). You will have to extract the data values from your objects and pass those.