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If you want to be able to connect to your webservices from the Workflow Designer you must have a SOAP webservice.
First add the webservice in the "Webservices" page, in your configurations, and test the connection to your webservice.
Personnally I usually do webservices in .asmx (ASMX) or .svc (WCF) using SOAP. The methods are automatically found by DocuWare in your workflows.
Hope it helps
I'm using a token to connect on the API with "ServiceConnection.Create(...)" method.
My question is : Does using this method consume the licence of the account attached to the token or can we do multiple connections on the API with the token without having to do a disconnection or anything like that ?
I'm currently trying to get a login token with the .NET API, and I have a question : Can I create an unlimited token lifetime or do I have to put a very long period in order to get that token without it expiring in few days ?
- I'm using the PostToLoginTokenRelationForString(TokenDescription) method on my Organization object
- TokenUsage.Multi in the TokenDescription object
I have an issue on the forum, I can't write in the "content" textarea ! Actually, neither for posting or replying to questions. I had to modify the textarea in the html inspector to write this message.
It seems to work well on firefox however. Didn't try google chrome.
Using : Microsoft Edge
Hello Stacey, be sure that your webservice on your iis is available on a public domain to be 100% sure docuware can call your webservice. If you do not have your own docuware (on your own servers) it cannot access your webservice by the local ip address. I mean, this was one of my issue ! Hope it helped
Oh, and if I remember well, the sample project is in .asmx, this can only support SOAP. If you wanna be able to do both SOAP and REST, look for WCF webservices.
Had to modify textarea in the inspector ! textarea isn't available guys !
I'm developing a webservice and I would like to know if it's possible to execute a research in the document content. The same way we can search for words or sentences in the document viewer on the WebClient.
I want to know if there is any way to look for some words or sentences in a document using the .NET API and maybe get an object or an array containing every occurences found ?
For now what I found that could be the closest is the method "GetDocumentWordSearchResultFromPositionsRelation()" but it does not seem to work !
I've been trying different ways to solve my problem but nothing seems to work !
Here is my problem :
I'm trying to edit a file using the Section.PutToContentRelationForSectionAsync() method. Everything works fine and I'm actually able to change the content of my document by giving it a "Stream" object.
My issue is that the name of the file changes by a random string like "003aE6-....". Thing is I want it to stay the same name as it was when I uploaded the document. It does not cause any problem until you try to modify manually the file ! If you right click and "modify", the name of the file will be the random string ! Same if you export it to work locally on you computer !
Is there anyone who knows how to deal with this OriginalFileName issue when modifying the content of a document?
Thank you !