To do this you need following
1. Up and Running BAM server: To verify that launch http://<server>:<port>/OracleBAMWS/WebServices/DataObjectOperationsByName. If you are asked to provide a username/password it means service is running.
2. Username/password: Second thing you need is a username/password. By default all BAM services are secured using http basic authentication. You need a username/password to execute them.
3. SOAP UI
Here are the steps to do it
1. Launch SOAP UI
2. Create a SOAP UI project:
You will be asked for username/password twice. (One for accessing wsdl and other for associated xsd.)
Project should look like
Next screen shows request xml text on one side and a blank page on next side for response.
There are few question marks in request. We need to replace them with appropriate parameter.
We can use http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E14571_01/integration.1111/e10224/bam_app_webserv.htm#BABDBGBE document to get more information about service operations and their respective parameters.
As per document for Get service
keysCSV (xsd:string): Comma separated column IDs that must be used as keys
Sales Number, Sales Area
xmlPayload (xsd:string): The payload specifies what to get from the data object. For the DataObjectOperationsByName web service the data object name is specified in the payload, for example:
<DataObject Name="Employees" Path="/Samples">
<Column Name="Salesperson" Value="Greg Masters"/>
Key here is that xmlPayload has xml syntax and we need to pass it as a parameter. To do that we need to escape it. We can use any xml escaping site. I used http://www.freeformatter.com/xml-escape.html to escape above xmlPayload. Escaped xml text I got is
<DataObject Name="Employees" Path="/Samples"> <Contents> <Row> <Column Name="Salesperson" Value="Greg Masters"/> </Row> </Contents> </DataObject>
Now put keysCSV and xmlPayload in SOAP UI.
Last thing that we need to do is to provide username/password.
Select 'Auth' tab below request section and create a Besic authorization. Provide username/password