This is 2 step process.1. Use xtk:session#Logon to get session token
with valid credentials2. Use the session token from step 1 to make 2nd
SOAP call with actual payload.Sometimes you can use credentials directly
instead of session token. I'll try to get some sample code later on.
Hi @roro_coeur , Are you using the loadLibrary to load the method
implementation ? Seems like workflow could not reference the method
implementation.Please add below.loadLibrary("namespace:xxx.js"); //
replace the placeholder with the .js information.
Hi @RodneyLewis , 1: "To retrieve the session token, perform a logon
SOAP call, then a get token followed by a logoff." Q: Is there a sample
or snipper for how to login and actually retrieve the token?a. You can
use xtk:session#Logon method available in the WSDL downloaded from
http://hostname/nl/jsp/schemawsdl.jsp?schema=nms:rtEvent. Import the
WSDL into SOAPUI and use credentials to send SOAP call. 2: Using Wizdler
or SOAPUI, I can POST using my ACC credentials instead of the MC/xxxx