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Published: Nov 28, 2018 License: Apache-2.0 Imports: 0 Imported by: 0

README

Scenario: <...>

<...>

In this example you will learn about <...> with Go (using sjwsdk111 package).

The following are the sections available in this guide.

What you’ll build

<...>

Prerequisites

go get github.com/ClientSDK/sriwijaya-ws-client-go/sjwsdk111
  • A Text Editor or an IDE
Sriwijaya Air Agent requirements

Implementation

If you want to skip the basics, you can download the git repo and directly move to the "Build and Running" section by skipping "Implementation" section.

Example structure

Go is a complete programming language that supports custom project structures. Let's use the following package structure for this example.

sjwsv111
    ├── by-scenario
    │   └── Domestic
    │       └── 1.1.<...>
    │           ├── README.md
    │           ├── build_and_run.sh
    │           └── main.go
    └── wsdl
        └── wsp-wsdl.eticketv111.wsdl
  • Create the above directories in your local machine and also create empty main.go and build_and_run.sh files.

  • Download Sriwijaya Air Web Service WSDL and saved to wsp-wsdl.eticketv111.wsdl.

Developing the application

Let's make a simple application for retrieving route information using sjwsdk111 package.

Main code for <...> (main.go)
package main

import (
	"encoding/xml"
	"fmt"
	"net/http"
	"net/url"

	"github.com/ClientSDK/sriwijaya-ws-client-go/sjwsdk111"
)

func main() {

	// Access via proxy if needed
	proxyURL, _ := url.Parse("http://proxy-ip-address:proxy-port")
	//proxyURL, _ := url.Parse("http://proxy-user:proxy-password@proxy-ip-address:proxy-port")

	// Initiate http client with transport
	httpClient := &http.Client{Transport: &http.Transport{Proxy: http.ProxyURL(proxyURL)}}
    
	// Initiate NewSoapSJClient version 111
	sjClient, err := sjwsdk111.NewSoapSJClient(httpClient, "../../wsdl/wsp-wsdl.eticketv111.wsdl", "file")
	if err != nil {
		fmt.Println(err)
	}

	call<...>(sjClient)
}

// call<...> is a function to call <...> method
func call<...>(s *sjwsdk111.SoapSJClient) {
	params := []byte(
		`
			<Username xsi:type="xsd:string">SRIWIJAWA_AGENT_USERNAME</Username>
            <Password xsi:type="xsd:string">SRIWIJAWA_AGENT_PASSWORD</Password>
            <...>
			`)
	wsResp, errC := s.Call<...>(params, false)

	if errC != nil {
		fmt.Println(errC)
		return
	}

	// Access response variable
	// fmt.Println()
	// fmt.Println("ReturnData-<...>:")
	// fmt.Printf("%#v\n", wsResp.Return)
    
	// Marshal response variable to XML
	myXML, _ := xml.MarshalIndent(wsResp, " ", "  ")
	fmt.Println(string(myXML))
}

Bash code for building and running the example application (build_and_run.sh)
echo "Clean..."
rm ./<...>
echo "Build..."
go build -o <...> main.go 
echo "Build Done."
echo "Run..."
./<...> > <...>-Result.xml
echo "Done."

Build and Running

You can build and running by execute the "build_and_run.sh" bash files.

   $ sh build_and_run.sh 

After the application is running, you will get the xml response in <...>-Result.xml files.

Sample Response

<...>

Documentation

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