Perl 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

Perl example

use SOAP::Lite;
use Date::Format;
$proxy = "https://awstest.ascio.com/2012/01/01/AscioService.svc";
$namespace = "http://www.ascio.com/2007/01";
$soap = SOAP::Lite -> on_action( sub { "http://www.ascio.com/2007/01/IOrderService/CreateDocumentation" } ) -> proxy($proxy);
$soap->autotype(0);
$method = SOAP::Data->name("CreateDocumentation")
->attr({xmlns => $namespace});

#Attachment
$attachment =  \SOAP::Data->value(
	SOAP::Data->name('Data','DataTest'),
	SOAP::Data->name('FileName','anything.jpg')
);

#ArrayOfAttachment
$attachments = array($attachment);
	
	\SOAP::Data->value(

	)
@query = (
	SOAP::Data->name(sessionId => $sessionId),
	SOAP::Data->name(attachments => $attachments)
);

$result = $soap->call($method => @query);
unless ($result->fault) {
	$response = $result->valueof("//CreateDocumentationResponse/CreateDocumentationResult");
	print "ResultCode : $response->{'ResultCode'}\r\n";
	print "Message : $response->{'Message'}\r\n";
	if ($response->{"ResultCode"} == 200) {
		print "OK";
	}
}
else {
	print join ", ",
	$result->faultcode,
	$result->faultstring,
	$result->faultdetail;
}
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)