NodeJS CreateDocumentation

With this method you can upload documents that are needed for orders. The function returns a documentationId, that you can use als Batch in orders: Order definition. Allowed file types to attach are: txt, doc, rtf, zip, csv, xls, pdf, gif, jpg, png, ddoc, smd, xml.

Response CreateDocumentation(string sessionId,NameServer nameServer)

Response codes

ResultCodeMessageValue
200OK
401Authorization failed
501Syntax error in parameters or arguments

CreateDocumentation request

PropertyDescription
sessionIdExample: o58t9fjgw9bjarp6q7byv13e
attachments

CreateDocumentationResponse

PropertyDescription
CreateDocumentationResult
documentationIdExample: 1

NodeJS example

var soap = require("soap");

var example = function(callback) {

	//Attachment
	attachment =  {};
	attachment.Data=new Buffer('1234', 'base64');;
	attachment.FileName="anything.jpg";

	//ArrayOfAttachment
	attachments = [attachment];
{

	}	
	soap.createClient("../AscioServiceTest.wsdl", function(err, client) {
		if(err) {
			callback(err);
		} 
		else {
			client.CreateDocumentation({sessionId: "sessionId", attachments: attachments}, function(err,result) {
				if(err) {
					callback({error: err.root.Envelope.Body.Fault.faultstring.$value, request : result.request.body});
				} else {
					if(result.CreateDocumentationResult.ResultCode == 200) {
						callback(null,result);	
					} else {
						callback({error: result.CreateDocumentationResult,request : request});
					}
				}
			});
		};
	});
};
example(function(err,result) {
	if(err) {
		console.log("\n\n Request \n\n",err.request, "\n\n Response \n\n" ,err.error,"\n");
	}
	else {
		console.log(result);
	}
});
WSDL for AWS v2
https://aws.demo.ascio.com/2012/01/01/AscioService.wsdl (OTE)
https://aws.ascio.com/2012/01/01/AscioService.wsdl (Live)