HTTP/Web Services components are SSIS components which facilitate working with HTTP and SOAP or REST based web services within SSIS.

There are currently six SSIS components that fall under the HTTP/Web Service category; the connection manager which can be used with all the components, two HTTP Requester components (a data flow component and a task component), and a Web Services Source, Destination and Task component.

The following are the HTTP/Web Service components available within the SSIS Productivity Pack and the link to their Help Manuals:

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  • HTTP Connection Manager
  • HTTP Requester
    • An SSIS data flow component which can be used to send a series of HTTP requests and process their response.
  • HTTP Requester Task
    • An SSIS control flow task component which can be used to send an HTTP request and receive a response.
  • Web Service Source
    • Using this component developers can retrieve data from virtually any SOAP based service endpoint using a WSDL file.
  • Web Service Destination
    • This SSIS component supports writing data to virtually any SOAP based service endpoint using a WSDL file.
  • Web Service Task
    • An SSIS task component which can be used to read/retrieve data from a web service.