Key Features of the SOAP Snap Pack
The SOAP Snap Pack enables you to call a SOAP endpoint using the incoming data and write a SOAP response, including the following:
- Expected downstream Snaps: The Snap will output one document for every SOAP response, hence any document processing Snap can be used downstream
- Expected upstream Snaps: References in the generated envelope can be mapped using a Mapper or Structure Snap
- Expected input: Document that conforms to the input view schema of the Snap
- Expected output: Document which represents the SOAP response
With the SOAP Execute Snap, you can request data from a specified endpoint and retrieve data and schema from the response.
Learn more about how Snaps work with the SnapLogic Intelligent Integration Platform here.