SOAP Web Service command

Use the SOAP Web Service command to access and exchange information over the internet.


The Web Service command is used to implement SOA (service-oriented architecture) over the internet, so that multiple clients can consume web services through the Web, irrespective of the type of applications or platforms. By using this command, users can:

  • Consume reusable application components as services, such as currency conversion, weather reports, and language translation.
  • Connect to different existing applications and different platforms, irrespective of any underlying infrastructure requirements.

The Automation Anywhere Web Service establishes complete inter-polarity between clients/applications and the Web, supporting XML-based open standards, such as WSDL (Web Services Description Language), SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol), and UDDI (Universal Description Discovery and Integration).

Tip: In the above mentioned command, press the F2 key to insert a Credential Variable for enhanced security. Read more about Assigning credential variables from credential lockers.