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    Question How to install SOAP Call plug in to Penthao

    Hello all of you:
    I'm totally new in Pentaho Solutions so any hel will be well received.

    I want to make a web service call in my "process" modelation and I found that I can use SOAP Call plug in. I already download ir but I don't know how to install it in Pentaho.

    Any body can help me please? Any other solution for web service calling is accepted too.

    Thanks in advance.

    IB

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    Quote Originally Posted by isabel.bernelly View Post
    I found that I can use SOAP Call plug in.
    Where did you find that plugin?

    Quote Originally Posted by isabel.bernelly View Post
    Any other solution for web service calling is accepted too.
    Yes.
    So long, and thanks for all the fish.

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    Actually I downloaded the SOAP Call (at least that's the name of the .jar) from http://wiki.pentaho.com/display/EAI/Web+services+lookup

    My problem is that I don't know how to add it to pentaho.

    There is a tutorial in the page, but I can't download it because it's on You Tube and I can't go in there.

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    So you want to install an experimental step, that isn't part of the distribution.

    First try to install via Marketplace (action in the Spoon Help menu).
    If you must install manually, visit the InfoCenter.

    BTW: There are a couple of books on the Kettle Wiki landing page, that might be able to smooth your way to the top of Mount Kettle.
    Last edited by marabu; 03-17-2014 at 04:57 PM.
    So long, and thanks for all the fish.

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    Hello isabel.bernelly,

    All you need to do is just unzip the soap call zip package that you have downloaded into the plugins folder in the Pentaho Data Integration installation.
    For example: I have my PDI installation under the folder /usr/local/data-integration/plugins, so I unziped the package there.

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