Tag Archives: Sage X3 web service

How to call web service in Sage X3 Version 9 (PU9) using .NET applications

In Sage X3 Version 9 there are some changes with respect to the authenticating process of web service while connecting form third-party application like .NET. From PU9 onward it’s mandatory to Pre-authorize the connection with the user name and password. We need to create a class in .NET which connects the Sage X3 web service… Read More »

How to resolve ‘Service Temporarily Unavailable’ while accessing Web Service in Sage X3?

While accessing web services in Sage x3 you may get an error message ‘Service Temporarily Unavailable’. This error is related to services- not being started. To overcome this error open Sage X3 Management console and follow the below instructions: – Click on the Web server tab from the left menu. – Select the folder and… Read More »

How to Test Web Service in Sage X3 version 9

Manual Sage X3 web service testing method has been changed in Sage X3 V9. The ‘classic’ or ‘legacy’ method of web services no longer works in Sage X3 Product Update 9. Now user can directly test manual Sage X3 web service from Sage X3 screen. Please refer below steps for the same. Navigate: Administration—>Web Services—>Classic… Read More »

Create Sales Orders using Web services in Sage Enterprise Management

In our last blog, we had an overview of Web services in Sage X3. Now we are going to dive in further into this topic and will see in detail, how we can create transactions like Purchase Order, Sales order, invoice etc. in Sage X3. To start with you must have all the pre-requisites as… Read More »

Sage Enterprise Management Development: Outsource your Stress

Leverage the power of Sage Enterprise Management Development Services Sage Enterprise Management Sales Convention was a great place for converging of sales and development teams of Sage X3 partners worldwide and it proved to be a fertile ground for exchange of ideas and collaboration. It has been more than 3 months now and Greytrix would… Read More »