Go to previous topic
Go to next topic
Last Post 08/29/2018 4:25 PM by  Robert
Integration between Lawson and Infor EAM
 5 Replies
Author Messages
Cindy
Application Support Analyst
George's Inc.
Advanced Member
(66 points)
Advanced Member
Posts:28


Send Message:

--
07/12/2013 1:09 PM
    Is anyone using ION for integration between Lawson and Infor EAM? 

    Thanks,
    Cindy
    RobinLuce
    M3 Technical Consultant
    Avaap, Inc
    Basic Member
    (12 points)
    Basic Member
    Posts:4


    Send Message:

    --
    03/12/2014 2:08 PM
    Do you still need assistance with this?
    Cindy
    Application Support Analyst
    George's Inc.
    Advanced Member
    (66 points)
    Advanced Member
    Posts:28


    Send Message:

    --
    03/12/2014 2:33 PM
    Not at this time. We are no longer looking at ION.

    Thanks for checking with us.
    bjhetz
    Senior Consultant
    Hetz ERP Systems
    New Member
    (3 points)
    New Member
    Posts:1


    Send Message:

    --
    10/16/2017 1:44 PM
    Understanding this is a very dated thread - I am looking for any experience with integrating Infor EAM with Infor Lawson S3 using ION.
    darwin collins
    web manager
    dallas area rapid transit
    (49 points)
    Posts:19


    Send Message:

    --
    01/07/2018 10:33 PM
    Did you ever get any info about integrating EAM and S3 via ION? We have been using ION but don't have a EAM yet.
    Robert
    Private
    Private
    Veteran Member
    (195 points)
    Veteran Member
    Posts:81


    Send Message:

    --
    08/29/2018 4:25 PM

    EAM API returns SOAP, and ION APIs are REST based. 

    I have completed a call into EAM, this is the end point

     

    https://mingle-ionapi.inforcloudsuite.com/TENANID_DEM/EAM/APIServices

     

    And this is what is returned:

    Response Code: 200
     Body:

    EWSConnector

    Hi there, this is an AXIS service!

    Perhaps there will be a form for invoking the service here...

    AXIS is a now defunct Apache Project found here:

    https://axis.apache.org/axis/

    First you would need to expose all of the EAM Web Services, then generate the WSDL, then you might be able to translate the SOAP to REST using something like DreamFactory
    http://wiki.dreamfactory....reamFactory/Overview

    If you want to integrate S3 with ION, you will need a local authorized application, application server e.g. Tomcat, and a Servlet to receive the ION payloads

     

     

     



    ---