This tutorial provides a simple Web service definition using a WSDL file that you can drag and drop onto a Message Broker flow in order to create a Message Broker Web service facade. This flow can be called by a Web service client using SOAP over HTTP. The request message sent to the flow represents a sales order for various items from a store.
Having received the data, the message flow uses C# code within a .NETCompute node to create a short Microsoft Word document that contains the detail of the sales order in a table. The Word document is written to a directory on the file system and then the message flow sends an acknowledgement message back to the Web service client.