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    M Uddin Kashif
    BIP External Web-service & OICAnswered
    Topic posted April 21, 2019 by M Uddin KashifRed Ribbon: 250+ Points, tagged ERP Cloud, Integration, PaaS 
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    Title:
    BIP External Web-service & OIC
    Summary:
    Issue while calling BIP External Web-service from Oracle Integration Cloud
    Content:

    I'm trying to invoke BIP publisher report by calling BIP external Webservices described by the below WSDL. However, I'm unable to add headers as I'm unable to load headers XSD. Kindly look into this and suggest a solution. As I understand, this issue is due to a missing java property but I'm not sure where to add it.

    https://ucf6-zbva-fa-ext.oracledemos.com/xmlpserver/services/ExternalReportWSSService?WSDL

    N.B.: Issue to replicate the issue. Create a connection using SOAP adapter. Then, create Scheduled Orchestration and use this adapter. To supply headers, use the schema, 'http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/ws/2002/04/secext/secext.xsd'  by saving it locally. When you try upload the xsd, you get the error of the screen-shot 

     

    Please help me in resolving it

     

     

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    Best Comment

    Hemanth Lakkaraju
    1. Documentation mentions about what/how to use custom headers.
    2. Why do you need custom headers at all? Did you try specifying Username Token in the connection?
    3. For the service being used, the security schema used to upload *** custom header seems using older version of security. Have you really validated whether the service supports that version?

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    • Hemanth Lakkaraju
      1. Documentation mentions about what/how to use custom headers.
      2. Why do you need custom headers at all? Did you try specifying Username Token in the connection?
      3. For the service being used, the security schema used to upload *** custom header seems using older version of security. Have you really validated whether the service supports that version?
      • M Uddin Kashif

        Thanks. Point no. 2 resolved my issue. You are right.  Custom headers were not required at all. Thanks for your help

        Cheers