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Introduction

This page covers Jitterbit variables that are available for SOAP activities, organized by informational variables that you get (read), and settings variables that you set (write):

Informational

Settings

Informational

jitterbit.web_service_call.status_code

Variablejitterbit.web_service_call.status_code

Data Type

Integer
Description

The response status code returned from a web service when used in an operation. If no status code is returned, the reported value is -1.

Settings

jitterbit.web_service_call.max_redirs

Variablejitterbit.web_service_call.max_redirs

Data Type

Integer
Default0
DescriptionMaximum number of redirects to follow when calling a web service. Set to a negative number to follow any number of redirects. The default is 0 (zero); no redirects are followed.

jitterbit.web_service_call.number_of_retries

Variablejitterbit.web_service_call.number_of_retries

Data Type

Integer
DescriptionIf a call to a web service fails with any status code except 400 or 403, retry this many times. The default is to not try again.

jitterbit.web_service_call.retry_wait_seconds

Variablejitterbit.web_service_call.retry_wait_seconds

Data Type

Integer
DescriptionIf a call to a web service fails and retries are enabled by setting $jitterbit.web_service_call.number_of_retries to a positive integer, wait this many seconds between retries.

jitterbit.web_service_call.ssl_cert_id

Variablejitterbit.web_service_call.ssl_cert_id

Data Type

String
DescriptionAn identifier for a configuration entry in jitterbit.conf for the SSL certificate to use for HTTP web service calls.

jitterbit.web_service_call.sync_response

Variablejitterbit.web_service_call.sync_response

Data Type

Boolean
Defaulttrue
DescriptionSet to false to skip a step in processing of web service responses. This step is necessary only when processing SOAP arrays and can be skipped in other cases. The default is true, meaning this step is always performed.

jitterbit.web_service_call.time_out

Variablejitterbit.web_service_call.time_out

Data Type

Integer
DescriptionSet the number of seconds after which web service calls will time out, or set to 0 (zero) to disable. The default transfer time-out for web service calls is one hour (3600 seconds).
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Last updated:  Oct 20, 2020

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