Hosting a SOAP Service with SnapLogic

A common question we get at SnapLogic is how to host a SOAP Service.
One of our Solutions Engineering team solved this with Ultra Pipelines. See attached the PDF for details.Creating Soap Services Using Ultra Pipelines.pdf (718.6 KB)

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Thanks for this @ncrouch, I like the XLST suggestion too. I guess hosting a REST service is a similar approach just catering for the differences in the protocol/headers etc.

Hi,
Thank you for your post.
I was creating this example successfully, but I was facing issues calling the pipeline using the SOAP execute Snap.
When calling the pipeline without authorization token it retries indefinitely (shows as running) and completely ignores the retry number on the snap config.

Is it only me facing this issue?

Thanks,
Guy