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What is the WSDL URL for the Centricity SOAP WS?

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asked Mar 24, 2015 by mike-r-7535 (13,650 points)
I understand that the URL follows this template.
http://{host}:{port}/{context}/ws/Services/emr?wsdl
How do I identify the port and context for the webservice?

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Login to Centricity.  For EMR, go to the following:

  1. Go > Setup > Settings
  2. Web Services > Internet Sites
  3. Select Centricity EMR Web Services, click Change...

The URL is listed here.  If you append a "?wsdl", you will be able to retrieve the wsdl.

answered Mar 24, 2015 by mike-r-7535 (13,650 points)
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Identify the JBOSS port 

  1. First of all, the default is 9080.
  2. Login to the JBOSS server.
  3. Open cmd prompt as an Administrator, and run the following command:  netstat -abno > c:\netstat.txt
  4. This will find all of the network ports used on the system and list them in the c:\netstat.txt file.  Open this file, and identify the java.exe process which is listening on a network port.
  5. Open a browser and try connecting to localhost on that port. (There will probably be several you will need to try.) If it brings up the "Welcome to JBOSS EAP" page, you have found the listening port.

 

Identify the JBOSS Context

  1. First of all, the default is "Default".
  2. From the "Welcome to JBOSS EAP" page, click the "(full)" link next to the Tomcat status
  3. This will prompt you to enter the JBOSS username and password.
    1. often this can be obtained from #cd ../pathto/jboss-x.x.x/server/default/conf/props/ jmx-console-users.properties
       
  4. Once signed in, this page will tell the status of all the web applications running in the JBOSS service.
  5. In the browser search for (Ctrl+f) "/ws", which will take you to the summary of this application context.
  6. The context you need should proceed the /ws from your search.  In this case, it is "Default".

 
answered Mar 24, 2015 by mike-r-7535 (13,650 points)
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