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  • SOAP with WSE 3.0/2.0 capability

    In my working environment, we have exchanged HL7 data among hospitals and health authorities. The standard practice is Web Service plus WSE 3.0/2.0.

    Wondering if Mirth has planned to include WSE support in the future?

    Thanks,

    Charles

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    Re: SOAP with WSE 3.0/2.0 capability

    Charles,

    Do you have any documentation about WSE 3.0 or 2.0 that you can pass along to us? From a quick Googling, it appears WSE is just a set of extension on the .NET side to make Web Services easier to work with/add functionality. Are there any specific requirements that Mirth doesn't meet with it's out of the box SOAP support? We have tested the listener and sender against .NET webservices and found no major issues.

    Thanks,
    -Chris
    Chris Lang

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      Re: SOAP with WSE 3.0/2.0 capability

      Our software also use the WSE for .NET, from the file point of view the web services is a asmx file which basically is a redirect pipeline using vb.net script, you can see the WSDL if you add ?WSDL at the end of the asmx URL.

      To talk to the outside world, firstly you have to capture the wsdl definition, and save as a wsdl file, then I can use software like mirth or JCAPS to talk to it as SOAP.

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        Re: SOAP with WSE 3.0/2.0 capability

        AFAIK WSE is the commercial name for the new support for WS at .NET. It includes WS-Security, WS-Trust, ....

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