Proxing webservices (Webservices, WSDL, SOAP)

What is the correct way to proxing to any remote webservice? How to use
nginx in front of IIS or other web server, who serves webservices?

As an example we have any remote SOAP webservice at
http://B:8089/getClientService/getClientService?wsdl. In SOAP document
of
these webservice we have endpoint location:



<soap:address
location=“http://B:8089/getClientService/getClientService”/>


If we use proxy_pass:

server {
listen 80;
server_name A;
location /{
proxy_pass http://B:8089/;
}

nginx won’t rewrite(or change) SOAP’s endpoint address to itself, so any
futher SOAP requests will fail, because requesting side makes request to
direct host described at SOAP endpoint location :frowning:

Thanks

Posted at Nginx Forum:
http://forum.nginx.org/read.php?2,235730,235730#msg-235730

On Jan 30, 2013, at 3:57 PM, pricne5 wrote:

                           <soap:address
    location /{
               proxy_pass http://B:8089/;

}

nginx won’t rewrite(or change) SOAP’s endpoint address to itself, so any
futher SOAP requests will fail, because requesting side makes request to
direct host described at SOAP endpoint location :frowning:

You want to change “soap:address” URL on-the-fly to point next SOAP
request(s) to http://A:80/getClientService/getClientService, right?

Did you try sub_module?
http://nginx.org/en/docs/http/ngx_http_sub_module.html

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