How to send cell value as SOAP request?

TheChad77

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Hi folks, hope someone can guide me please. I have a spreadsheet with 900+ rows of data which is concatenated to a point where I have a fully-formed SOAP request in column W for each row. Is there a way that I can either send all of these SOAP requests in one go (which would be great for the initial upload), or create a button for each row to send them individually (which might be useful if the data gets modified)?

For extra good data, I'd also like it to capture the SOAP response in column X so that I have a record of success/failure of each SOAP request, but it's not a showstopper if that doesn't happen. Thank you!
 

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Norie

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Do you have code for sending a request?
 

TheChad77

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Do you have code for sending a request?
Hi Norie, thanks for the quick reply! Normally I'd send an individual SOAP request through SoapUI, but as that doesn't allow for sending multiple requests at once - unless I create a series of test cases, which would take longer than copy+pasting my SOAP request from Excel into SoapUI and sending it that way. I'm hoping there's a way through VB; I've seen posts that hint at the kind of thing I need but as my VB knowledge is next to zero, I can't translate them into what I need, which is essentially "for each row, take cell W, send it as a SOAP request, place response in cell X". Thank you!
 

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