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How SPLUNK can index SOAP WSDL data

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Hi Splunkers,

Currently we are having a SOAP WSDL of an external application.
But we are not aware of how to consume that in SPLUNK and index the data of that SOAP WSDL.
Could kindly suggest how to proceed in this case

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You need to write a script that pulls the data to disk and consume with universal forwarder, or create a scripted input with the same code.

You might also be able to use the curl apps on to query the SOAP endpoint as well.

TA-webtools allows you to setup inputs using curl.

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You want to pull data from a SOAP interface (which is defined in the WSDL)? Or do you want to ingest the WSDL file itself?

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