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Incorrect class and operation name on adding connector to SOAP



The following issues occur when adding a connector to any SOAP service using the Connect-SOAP method:
  • If the request or response class names in the WSDL is more than 34 characters, Pega by default, cuts about 10 chars from the end of the class name and adds some undefined numbers
  • In the operation names, Pega counts the word 'response' and the word 'request' that are generated with the WSDL as part of the the 34 characters limit and cuts the names from the end such that the final name is of 25 characters only

Error Messages

Not Applicable.

Steps to Reproduce

Add a connector to any SOAP service using the Connect-SOAP method with class or operation names exceeding 34 characters.

Root Cause

The pzSetClassIdentifier section has an identifier field for which maximum allowed character is 25 and this section is a Final rule.


Perform the following local-change: 

Limit the class name character to 25.


Published August 24, 2018 - Updated October 8, 2020

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