Still Stuck on Consuming Event Notifications

Still Stuck on Consuming Event Notifications

Support ForumCategory: Integration and CustomizationStill Stuck on Consuming Event Notifications
BonnieB asked 8 years ago
Toni helped me a bit in this thread: https://www.evostream.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=878, towards the end when I asked about event notifications: I’m still stuck though. I’ve written a .NET WCF RESTful web service. I’ve configured the eventLogger with the URL for my web service, in order for EMS to send event notifications. Trouble is, I’m not receiving anything. I was under the impression that the web service was supposed to be REST, but maybe I’m wrong about that. Let’s say my web service is at: http://192.168.1.172:999/EvoStreamEventNotifications. That’s how I’ve set it up in the eventLogger. However, a RESTful web service also expects to be called with an addiional function/method (whatever you want to call it), such as processEvent. So, in reality, it expects to receive an event notification in a format such as this: http://192.168.1.172:999/EvoStreamEventNotifications/processEvent plus the data. I do not know how the EMS is sending the POST to my web service, this is where I’m stuck. I tried just listening to a tcp/ip port, but that didn’t work either. I don’t know PHP at all, although I tried looking at a few of the PHP files in evowebservices, but couldn’t find anything that might help me figure it out. Someone must be able to tell me what I’m doing wrong. I suppose I could maybe download and run Fiddler or something similar, assuming I can figure out what I was looking at. You might be able to tell that I’m not really a "web" developer. Although I’ve written my share of Web Services, it’s always been under the .NET umbrella which is really the only way I know how to do stuff. Can anyone help?!?!? TIA, ~~Bonnie



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