The Nemo Connect web service is developed using .NET Framework technologies and located on the IIS servers. To interact with the service, a SOAP interaction protocol is used; to work with the service, you need to implement the work on your side with the required methods; it is not necessary to establish the support of all the available methods.
During the integration it is recommended to use the SoapUI OpenSource tool to test requests.
The address of the wsdl scheme is sent by the company staff after the NDA (Non-Disclosure Agreement) is signed with the agency.
An example of implementing a connection to the Nemo Connect using SoapClient in the PHP5 programming language:
$request = [ 'Search_1_2' => [ 'Request' => [ 'Requisites' => [ 'Login' => 'user_login', 'Password' => 'user_password' ], 'UserID' => '123456', 'RequestBody' => [ 'RequestedFlightInfo' => [ 'Direct' => 0, 'AroundDates' => 0, 'ODPairs' => [ 'ODPair' => [ [ 'DepatureDateTime' => '2017-09-22T00:00:00', 'DepaturePoint' => [ 'Code' => 'MOW', // City Moscow 'IsCity' => 1, ], 'ArrivalPoint' => [ 'Code' => 'LED', // Airport Pulkovo 'IsCity', ] ] ] ], ], 'Passengers' => [ 'Passenger' => [ [ 'Type' => 'ADT', 'Count' => 1 ] ] ], 'Restrictions' => [ 'SourcePreference' => [ 'Source' => '1234' ] ] ] ] ] ]; $client = new SoapClient("http://*******"); $result = $client->__soapCall('Search_1_2', $request); var_dump($result);