HP web services

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mihaiadam544
Posted: 27 June 2019 - 4:28am
HP web services

Hello,

I was a java and web services developer. I've noticed that HP printers contains some applications that follow the Web Service for Devices standard: ePrint technology over internet. I would basically like to connect to these web services from a web service client from my desktop computer (Soap UI for example).

Where from could I take the WSDL that was used to describe the WS-Discovery and WS-Print services from an HP DeskJet 3639 printer ? Is it inside the printer ? Which is the URL ?

Thank you,

Mihai ADAM

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cstevens
Posted: 27 June 2019 - 8:49am
Web services not supported on Commercial Printing platforms

PrintOS is currently only supported for HP Commercial Printing solutions and 3D printing solutions.  The services you're looking for will probably be under one of the Jet Advantage or OXPd API/SDK solution areas.  Sorry I'm not able to answer this question.

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mihaiadam544
Posted: 27 June 2019 - 10:13am
HP web services

Hello,

I did not clearly understood your comment. My printer already have WS-Discovery and WS-Print (they are enabled in my HP network configuration page). The only request was about their already existing WSDL.

Are you saying that you could not provide the WSDL because it's not an open for developers interface at this moment ?

I am not speaking exactly about PrintOS, maybe should I choose another forum ? Which one ?

I am not familiar with HP dev environment but :

- HP JetAdvantage Link Platform looks like a package that has to be imported in the java, .NET code.

- OXPd .NET/Java looks like something that suppose code in java, .NET,HTTP, HTML, CSS, JavaScript

I was talking about a different language for Web Services: something like XML, XSD, WSDL (http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/ws/2005/04/discovery/, https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/drivers/print/ws-print-v1-1). You do not develop code directly with these languages ? Are you saying that these will be wrapped, somwhere in the future, by some java, .NET code ?

Thank you,

Mihai ADAM

 

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TheSkipper
Posted: 27 June 2019 - 3:19pm
Escalating to Customer Support

Good afternoon, Mihai,

I am the editor of the HP Developers' Portal. I have read your exchange with Chad Stevens of the PrintOS team. Your questions are not specific to PrintOS or OXP, but we aren't sure who will be able to answer them.  I have forwarded your questions on to a senior Customer Support person, who will try to find an expert who can provide an answer. Next week is a popular vacation week, around our July 4 Independence Day, so I might not hear back from him until the week of July 8.

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