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SoAPI closing soon

At the beginning of 2016 we will start to gradually close down the SoAPI service. We recommend that you start migrating your SoAPI calls to their equivalents in APIv6. To assist you with this migration a table of equivalents is available at the following address https://www.ovh.com/fr/soapi-to-apiv6-migration/.

You can also discuss this issue with the OVH community following this link: https://forum.ovh.co.uk/showthread.php?10812-SoAPI-closing-soon.



You will find below the different sections' dates of closure:

GroupDate of Closure
AccountClosing
BillingTBD
DedicatedTBD
DomainsTBD
EmailsClosing
HostingClosing
InfrastructureClosing
ManagedServicesClosing
MiscTBD
NICClosing
NotepadClosed
OrderClosing
PrepaidPostponed
ResellerTBD
RPSClosed
ServiceTBD
SessionTBD
SqlpriveClosing
SupportClosed
TelephonyTBD
TicketClosed



What is SoAPI ?

SoAPI is a webservice that lets you buy and configure OVH products without needing to connect to Manager web interface. With the WSDL technology, you use OVH methods remotely in scripts of few lines only, with your favorite programming language.



Examples of software made with SoAPI ?

  • MoM, the OVH Manager software for Window, Max and Linux;
  • MoMi, the OVH Manager for iPhone;



What are the advantages of SoAPI ?
  • Quick developement of scripts with WSDL technology and the code generator;
  • Do several operations at once;
  • Automating and planing tasks;
  • Create your own management interface.


Which languages is SoAPI compatible with ?

Our webservice has been tested with these languages/packages :





How to upgrade to the last WSDL version ?

WSDL versionning introduced to keep backward compatibility with your existing code (in particular for programming languages nuSOAP and Ruby). Please read carefully the changelog and update your code and test it before upgrading your WSDL version.



If you do not care about versionning, you can use theses links that always point out to the latest soapi version : latest WSDL RPC/Encoded and latest WSDL Document/Literal wrapped.



Which methods are available ?

SoAPI actually handle 663 methods, separated in 21 groups :