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How can I send file content in base64 encoded in soap message
Can anyone explains different ways to share documents between pega and other servers.
Our current use-case is to send base64 encoded text of document content which has generated in pega within soap message.
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Got the solution
Could you please share the solution so that it will be helpful for other community members. .
By default pega stores the documents in base64 encoded, So I got to send the pyAttachStream in Soap message.
Would be great if someone updates this thread with all different approaches available to send/ upload the documents generated in pega to other servers over http.
Veera, are you sending the file in SOAP service response? could you please provide more details.
Govardhan, We have a connect soap integration and we got to send file in the input request to the service provider.
So we attached the base64code format of the document content to the request xml. We could get this base64code from the Data attach file of the document stored within pega.
Thanks Veera. Was that a Java/.NET application that was hosting the SOAP service? I am just wondering on how they decoded it and on what version of Java there were on (if it was a Java SOAP service)
Bayview Asset Management, LLC
I'm facing the same issue.I need to send an "xml payload" as base64encoded in my connect-soap request. could you please elaborate on pyAttachStream.
Coforge DPA private limited
what is the data type of property in which you are saving the base64 string
Pega Supports sending binary file over HTTP using SWA(soap with attachments) and MTOM. As a simple step you could use SWA by creating pyAttachmentPage on the clipboard . Pega connector would take care of attaching the file in the soap message and converting the message to MultiPart/Related message with binary files as attachments.