At this point you have deployed your SOAP and REST Data Services in the Denodo internal web container, let's see how to invoke each of them. Also, we will see how to invoke Denodo views as OData and GrahQL services.
If you have completed the Basics Tutorial, you already know how to invoke a REST service. Specifically, in Basics Tutorial / Connecting from your App / RESTful Web service you learned how to query a RESTful web service. REST services will work the same way as the RESTful one but, in this case, you only have access to the views created with this REST service.
From a browser, open the URL shown in the Context path of the service:
The browser will ask for the user to connect (
Then, it will load a page like this one:
See the examples below on how to query this service:
This is expected. Remember, you only created the interface to define the contract with your clients. We will add the implementation later.
SOAP Web services are invoked using a SOAP client, for this example, you can download and use SoapUI. It only needs the WSDL file to create a client for the service, after installation.
To get the WSDL for this service, you can open a browser and go to the URL of the service: http://127.0.0.1:9090/server/tutorial/customerws, click on the SOAP link and finally, click on the wsdl link to see the content of the .wsdl file.
Now, open SoapUI and create a new project using the URL of the WSDL. The application will create a request template for your operation. Don't forget to configure the authentication!:
At this point, the infrastructure for our Web service is completed. Now, every team can work as their own:
The next section of the tutorial will show you how to add the implementation to your interface and how the services will return the results without needing to redeploy them.