Using Savon

Hi guys!

I’m trying to read and create data through SAVON with a SOAP API. I
never
worked with SOAP before, so I’m getting some problems here.

This is the API I’m
using:
http://www.webmotors.com.br/IntegracaoRevendedor/wsEstoqueRevendedorWebMotors.asmx?WSDL

And here the
actions:
http://www.webmotors.com.br/IntegracaoRevendedor/wsEstoqueRevendedorWebMotors.asmx

The action ‘IncluirCarro’ is used to create a new data in api, and the
method ‘ObterModelo’ read some data from APi.

I’m not sure how to add data through SOAP. At the line:
puts(webmotors.call
:obter_estoque_atual) I can read the xml of some data, but dont know how
to
parse this data to load it in my view, or which parameter put in
‘incluir_carro’ method to create the register of my data in the APi.

There is not so much tutorials or documentation from Savon website ou
stackoverflow about how to work with it. I saw the Railscast 290, but
the
tutorial is old and it just read data.

Someone have experience with Savon? I need some light here.

Thanks!

My model:

class Webmotor < ActiveRecord::Base
require ‘savon’

def initialize(car)
wSDL =
http://www.webmotors.com.br/IntegracaoRevendedor/wsEstoqueRevendedorWebMotors.asmx?WSDL
webmotors = Savon.client(wsdl: wSDL,
log: true,
log_level: :debug,
pretty_print_xml: true)
puts(’=========================’)
puts(webmotors.operations)
puts(webmotors.call :obter_estoque_atual)
#puts(webmotors.call :incluir_carro, message: {“IpvaPago”=> ‘Não’,
‘RevisadoOficinaAgendaDoCarro’ => ‘nao’})
puts(’=========================’)

byebug

end
end

Hey man, I read your post on rails-br but I could not find it there.
Give
me more details about what you are trying to do. I used Savon couple
years
ago, and I think I can help you with that.

2015-12-16 15:59 GMT-02:00 Fernando A.
[email protected]:

stackoverflow about how to work with it. I saw the Railscast 290, but the

puts(webmotors.call :obter_estoque_atual)


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