In Sage X3, sometimes we need to expand the functionality of the core Sage X3 solution with the required customizations to reach the desired goal. These customised new products are known as Add-ons. WAS web service is an add-on, which comes with a number of extra features, other than the normal web services.

KEY POINTS:

-Broadly, an interface is mainly used for “Generated access to Table” and “Generated access to view” type.

-It gives us the ability to sort the desired fields, which is not possible in the normal web services.

-The filter can be applied on the resulted columns of the web service.

-Here we get the total number of records.

 To create a WAS web service, perform the following steps:

1. Creation of Website:

The first step is to create a new website for the particular web service. To do so, navigate to:

DEVELOPMENT-> SAFE X3 WAS -> WEBSITES-> WEBSITES

Creatie Website

NOTE: You can also use an existing website if required.

To select the desired website, navigate to:

DEVELOPMENT-> SAFE X3 WAS -> WEBSITES-> SELECT

WAS

2. Creation of Interface.

1) Create an interface, and enter the name in the Interface Code field.

WAS interface

2) Choose the type of interface from the selection Interface type.

3) Fill the Table Code field as per the interface type selected. Since we have used Generated access to Table in the above example, we have entered the table required in the Table Code field.

4) In the SUB Program section, the Processing and Sub-program fields will automatically be populated based on the entries.

5) Publication name field in the PUBLICATION section is editable, and this will be the name of your web service.

6) On creation, the Generate access button gets enabled.

generate web service
It gets access to set max no of lines. (NOTE: cannot exceed 9999)

7) The interface column now displays a list of the fields. These fields are based on the table fields entered by you earlier. You can choose the ones for which you want the outcome of the web services.

8) Validate the interface

Go to the respective web service:

1) Go to mapping tab, there we will find 10 new fields other than the ones we have selected in the Interface.

Fields with their descriptions are given below:

SETUP GROUP DESCRIPTION
AXPARCOD AX_PAR X3 context variable code
AXPARVAL AX_PAR X3 context variable value
AXWHRLFTBRK AX_WHR Level of opening brackets
AXWHRCOD AX_WHR Name of the selection criteria
AXWHROPE AX_WHR Comparison operator
AXWHRCODVAL AX_WHR Value of the selection criteria
AXWHRRGTBRK AX_WHR Level of closing brackets
AXWHRANDOR AX_WHR Sequence logical operator
AXORDCOD AX_ORD Name of the sort criteria
AXORDTYP AX_ORD Value of the sort criteria
FIELD1 RES Fields for the recordings returned by the web service
FIELD2 RES Fields for the recordings returned by the web service

Now once we have done the creation, WAS web service is ready to be tested.

Hope this blog helps!

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