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  • 1.  question about how to create a job using AEWS

    Posted 04-12-2018 04:45 AM

    Hi.

    I try to use JOB control in two ways using the AEWS on the workload automation AE.

     

    1. HTTP

       [ Env for Test ]

       1. Autosys manager and web server : 192.168.1.22

       2. plug-in (appservice / web services) installation machine : 192.168.1.23

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       In WCC, I selected "create object -> object type -> HTTP" on the "create" and made a job as below.

           HTTP
              Invocation Type : GET
              Provider URL : https://192.168.1.22:9443/AEWS/gvar/JOB_DATE

       Even though the keystore file  in the web server (192.168.1.22)  exists, the following error occurs as I execute a job.

    *** Error ***
          java.security.cert.CertificateExeception: Signature verifiaction failed - Certification issuer: CN=nautosys1 is not

        in the  client keystore.

     

    How can I solve this error ?

      
    2. Web Service RPC/Encoded
       in WCC, I selected "create object -> object type -> Web Service RPC/Encoded" on the "create" and made a job as below
      When I click the WSDL location, required WSDL Locaion : Local WSDL File.


      I want to create a web service for controlling (START, HOLD and so on) a job, where can I get the WSDL file?

     

    Thanks in advanced



  • 2.  Re: question about how to create a job using AEWS
    Best Answer

    Broadcom Employee
    Posted 04-12-2018 11:51 PM

    To solve the error you are getting from the HTTP job, add this parameter to the agentparm.txt file on the agent machine and then bounce the agent...

     

    https.client.ssl.accept_new_ca=true

     

    For your second item...the Web Service job types can't be used with AEWS because they only support the SOAP protocol. The AEWS is based on the REST architecture.