Maybe you’ve just completed your work of art (the latest, greatest piece of software to extend your Agile PLM deployment) or reached a new level of volume your application hasn’t had to process before and at the magical point of execution you’re rewarded with a stack trace that seems to have no end.  Specifically you receive a message similar to the following:

Error code : 60086
Error message : Call APIException.getRootCause() for details.
Root Cause exception : weblogic.rjvm.PeerGoneException: ; nested exception is:
       weblogic.socket.MaxMessageSizeExceededException: Incoming message of size: '10000080' bytes exceeds the configured maximum of: '10000000' bytes for protocol: 't3'

Enterprise Data Quality for Product Data This is the forth and final blog in a series about Agile 9.3.2's integration with Oracle's Enterprise Data Quality for Product Data (EDQP), which walks through the Agile PLM 9.3.2 and EDQP Integration White Paper to explore the integration's setup and capabilities. This edition will focus on section 4 of the whitepaper

Enterprise Data Quality for Product Data This is the third blog in a series about Agile 9.3.2's integration with Oracle's Enterprise Data Quality for Product Data (EDQP), which walks through the Agile PLM 9.3.2 and EDQP Integration White Paper to explore the integration's setup and capabilities. This edition will focus on section 3 of the whitepaper

Enterprise Data Quality for Product Data This is the second blog in a series about Agile 9.3.2's integration with Oracle's Enterprise Data Quality for Product Data (EDQP), which walks through the Agile PLM 9.3.2 and EDQP Integration White Paper to explore the integration's setup and capabilities. This edition will focus on section 2 of the whitepaper

For the introduction, see Discovery: Agile PLM 9.3.2 and EDQP Integration (Part 1)

Enterprise Data Quality for Product Data In its latest release, Agile 9.3.2 offers an integration with Oracle's Enterprise Data Quality for Product Data (EDQP).  For those seeking data cleansing, standarization, or completion of missing data, this is a welcomed addition to the feature set.  In this blog series, I will walk through the Agile PLM 9.3.2 and EDQP Integration White Paper and explore the integration's setup and capabilities. 

Friday, 09 August 2013 00:00

Testing Agile Web Services from soapUI

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Use soapUI with Agile PLM Web ServicesFor those that do any kind of web services development, soapUI is a great tool to have in the arsenal. After adding a WSDL to a project, soapUI will stub out requests, which I often use as a testing facility to validate the request/response messages that I am to code against. The hurdle to using soapUI with Agile is the authentication mechanism they chose to employ. Some systems, such as BI, will have a separate service to authenticate, then a sessionID can be passed around for subsequent calls, but Agile is not architected this way. Instead, they chose to use the WWW-Authenticate header passed in the request. This blog will show you how to set up soapUI so it authenticates and allows you to test your Agile PLM service calls.

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