Export (0) Print
Expand All
This topic has not yet been rated - Rate this topic

The ModifyState Interface - part of the WES Interface

Connected Services Framework
This section describes the ModifyState interface, which is a subset of the Well-Enabled Service (WES) Interface.

The full WES Interface contains many interfaces that are useful when creating provisioning applications. A central feature of the WES interface is WS-* compliance. By defining the WES Interface, building standardized web services should be much easier.

The ModifyState interface, and any of the other WES interfaces can be implemented by a VAS, but it is not mandatory. Many VAS systems will not need to implement this interface.

The ModifyState interface is simple - the calling method is called "ModifyState", which sends a ModifyStateRequest message:

<ModifyStateRequest>
	<Target name="HE_LITE"/>
	<Identifier name="somename"/>
	<StartState>created</StartState>
	<Action>activate</Action>
	<EndState>active</EndState>
</ModifyStateRequest>

The response method is called "ModifyStateResponse", which sends a ModifyStateResponse message:

<ModifyStateResponse>
	<Status>success</Status>
	<Target name="PRODUCTNAME"/>
	<Identifier name="somename"/>
	<State>active</State>
</ModifyStateResponse>

Show:
© 2014 Microsoft. All rights reserved.