SOAP Connection Pools
Connection pools are the interface to X3 for SOAP calls. Learn how to configure a pool.
Because X3 does not allow basic authentication, it is necessary to use OAuth2 authentication for SOAP web services. These sections cover the things you need to set it up. We provide step-by-step instructions, from creating a provider to authenticating, using Google as an example.
Creating an OAuth2 Client
This is the place to start. Here’s how you can set up your own OAuth2 client.
Configuring OAuth2 in X3
All the pieces you need inside X3 to work with OAuth2.
Creating an OAuth2 Service
Create a service to connect to your OAuth2 provider.
Linking Your Users to an OAuth2 Service
Enable OAuth2 authentication for your X3 users.
Logging In with OAuth2
Configure X3 logins to use OAuth2 authentication.
Using OAuth2 to Make a Web Service Call
Once you have OAuth2 authentication configured, you’ll want to add it to your web service calls.