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Hello, I'm very new to using AutoIT for SOAP access. I've looked and tried to work with several of the examples located in the forum, but am having no luck. I have a system I'm trying to access and can do so with SoapUI, but when I try to duplicate what it's doing in AutoIT I am not getting anywhere. Below is what I do in SoapUI and the response I get from the system I'm connecting to.

<soapenv:Envelope xmlns:soapenv="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/" xmlns:soap="https://soap.COMPANY.com/">
   <soapenv:Header/>
   <soapenv:Body>
      <soap:doLogin>
         <Login>USERNAME@COMPANY.COM</Login>
         <Password>PASSWORD</Password>
      </soap:doLogin>
   </soapenv:Body>
</soapenv:Envelope>

The response is:

<SOAP-ENV:Envelope xmlns:SOAP-ENV="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/" xmlns:ns1="https://soap.COMPANY.com/">
   <SOAP-ENV:Body>
      <ns1:doLoginResponse>
         <result>
            <session>08dkOGMwZDUyOTYyMTQzMjZjZTlhZGFjZGUxNTIa</session>
            <user_id>922707</user_id>
            <user_name>USER NAME</user_name>
            <user_email>USERNAME@COMPANY.COM</user_email>
            <organisation_id>115531</organisation_id>
            <organisation_name>COMPANY</organisation_name>
            <limit_storage>9610844</limit_storage>
            <limit_proofs>119994057</limit_proofs>
            <max_file_size>4505600</max_file_size>
            <default_subject/>
            <default_message/>
            <default_email_notifications>3</default_email_notifications>
            <default_authorized_only>false</default_authorized_only>
            <default_enable_subscriptions>false</default_enable_subscriptions>
            <default_validate_subscriptions>false</default_validate_subscriptions>
            <default_auto_lock>false</default_auto_lock>
            <default_lock_after_first_decision>false</default_lock_after_first_decision>
            <default_enable_download>true</default_enable_download>
            <default_enable_team_url>true</default_enable_team_url>
            <default_enable_embed_player>true</default_enable_embed_player>
            <default_show_dashboard_link>true</default_show_dashboard_link>
            <default_show_workspace_link>true</default_show_workspace_link>
            <default_show_details_page_link>true</default_show_details_page_link>
            <default_show_versions_link>true</default_show_versions_link>
            <default_show_help_link>true</default_show_help_link>
            <default_show_help_quick_start_link>true</default_show_help_quick_start_link>
            <default_show_help_user_guide_link>true</default_show_help_user_guide_link>
            <default_show_help_welcome_screen_link>true</default_show_help_welcome_screen_link>
            <default_show_help_forum_link>true</default_show_help_forum_link>
            <default_show_help_blog_link>true</default_show_help_blog_link>
         </result>
      </ns1:doLoginResponse>
   </SOAP-ENV:Body>
</SOAP-ENV:Envelope>

For such a simple logon request a lot of user account data is included. This is fine, but no matter what code I write in AutoIT I can't seem to even get a connection established.

I've looked at several AutoIT examples from advanced users such as https://beamtic.com/http-requests-autoit but I'm simply not understanding the format. I would appreciate some help or advice on figuring this out. Essentially for starters I'd like to be able to send and get the same results as I do with SoapUI.

Thanks for any assistance you can provide.

Todd 

 

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There are numerous examples in this forum on making HTTP POST requests.  There's nothing special about doing a SOAP POST request other than making sure the Content-Type header is set correctly and the POST request data is correct.

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