Abstract: first time I'm dealing with web service, soap, appurtenances, so forgive me ignorance absolute. (Also for the bad english)
I have a wsdl on a web server institutional written in java that does NOT contain the client and the various calls no header, but it always requires, for each call.
Problem: I create the client quietly with the endpoint, I connect to the web server responds to me and I read all the parameters (which I do not need anything) of the server. (So I created the tunnel)
Just try to make a call using any of the wsdl, type wsdl.result res = wsdl.getvalore (parameters), I always get errors due to the lack of the header in the message, for example: Private key is not in the X.509 certificate. (But NOT required private key to feel the support of the web service) or No Security Header.
Following the example of the soap message in XML. For the part BODY no problem, but how do I add the header? Thanks to everyone who can help me out.
Googled many times but like ebay trading api and amazon mws webservices, rakuten has it but it still not public i guess b/c google/bing/yahoo didn't returned any link that allow the developer api documentation (Inventory api, order api etc..) to be downloaded....
Thanks Richard for your reply, I have seen this link and after several hours, I found these API are for Rakuten affiliate program only. As you can see in the introduction page image, there are API to search product, coupon/promotion management etc.
I am in need of the API that enable seller to list there items on rakuten( Rakuten Inventory API ), fetch Orders ( Order API ) and two other api.(Operation/Product API).
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