SOAP vs REST

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3 Comments on “SOAP vs REST

  1. Hi Michel,

    I am vijay i am very new to datapower, i have a requirement in Datapower that i have to connect the datapower with windows fileshre, As of my knowledge dataPower can not communicate with windows fileshare,

    1. Is there any way we can connect datapower with windows usinf NFS static mount ?
    2. Does dataPower communicates with Unix fileshare?

    Can you please give me some idea regarding this. By the way the Posts you are writing are really awesome and really helpfull.

  2. Hi Vijay, thanks allot for your message. See answers for your questions below:

    1. Is there any way we can connect datapower with windows usinf NFS static mount ?
    Yes Datapower support Windows NFS mount and you can add Windows as an NFS mount on Datapower.
    2. Does dataPower communicates with Unix fileshare?
    Yes Datapower supports Unix fileshare as well.

    Can you please give me some idea regarding this. By the way the Posts you are writing are really awesome and really helpfull.
    Thanks for your kind words. It is quite easy to setup NFS Mount. First log in on default domain on the appliance and go to Objects -> Static NFS
    Enter the following info: Host Name of NFS: IP:/Mounted file Name
    Make sure that NFS Client is enabled.

    Then navigate to Objects -> Log Targets to setup logging to your new NFS Static Mount.

    If you want to use NFS in a service you can call the dpnfs:/ to transfer files to and from nfs from a policy.

    Let me know if you need any more assistance.

  3. i am having a similar problem as described above .I am trying to transfer files from datapower to windows share (NFS mount ) .Could you please help me in this regards .

    How to send the logs from datapower to windows file share (NFS) .

    The static mount object is up .
    The nfs client settings are ok
    but not able to write the logs .

    is there any other way and how do i do that.

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