In order to perform webService testing in the pre-production environment, we would need the public IPs with which you will access our environments.

Additionally, the public key (.cer) of the CDA certificate with which you will sign XML requests via webService.

In the following link you can download the integration form where you can report the IPs along with the other necessary data, and send it to us digitally signed in PDF format:

What data does the AOC Consortium need to integrate with the service?

If you are integrating via webservice for the first time with the services of the AOC Consortium, you will need the integration documentation of the Inter-administrative Collaboration Platform (PCI). In order to consume the services of the AOC Consortium, it is necessary to do so through the PCI. PCI is a set of systems and components aimed at the full availability of services with guarantees of maximum security in the service and access to data. The following documentation contains the PCI messaging specifications.

The AOC Consortium, with the aim of facilitating the development of integrations, puts at your disposal the following example clients of the PCI:

Generic documentation to integrate into the PCI

The specific integration documentation for the requested service is available at:
Integration Documentation and Schemes >>

Once you have finished the tests, you will have to complete the test set and fill in the docx (Test sets to be performed once you have registered for pre-production ) in order to validate the integration carried out and formalize the transition to production.