Subject:Help documents not helpful Author:Sebastian Archer Date:03 May 2005 07:06 AM Originally Posted: 03 May 2005 07:04 AM
The Help topics seem to assume a level of knowledge that is not helpful. Two examples:<br>
1. This website - How to Post a topic: the Help mentions a WebBoard menubar, but gives no tip how to see a WebBoard menubar (I still haven't!). Also, there is no explanantion of what "Poll" means.<br>
2. Stylus Studio Pro - I want to open a website WSDL: the Help shows an icon "Open WSDL Document", but I cannot see it in my SS screen or under any of the commands. You can also drag and drop a URL into the "Stylus framework" - but what is that, how? The Help also shows a UDDI browser, but gives no hint how to find or open it.<br>
NB. The Help documentation provided with SS Pro is called the "Home" edition - maybe that is the source of the problem?<br>
Any hints to get me started with the really basic stuff would be appreciated!
Subject:Help documents not helpful Author:(Deleted User) Date:03 May 2005 09:58 AM
Hi, Sebastian. Thanks for the feedback on SSDN and on our user documentation.
We use a third-party product for the SSDN forum, and to be candid we haven't spent a lot of time looking at the online help furnished with that product. We'll certainly look into in the future if it makes using SSDN easier.
As for the Stylus Studio user documentation. First, can you tell me which version of Stylus Studio you are using (click Help > About Stylus Studio)? Web services are not supported in Home Edition, which would explain why you're not seeing any Web service-related tools (File > New> Web Service Call, for example), but I want to be sure.
If you are using Stylus Studio XML Professional Edition, to get started using the Web Service Call Composer, let me suggest the following resources: