Subject:WSDL Reading Author:dave delaney Date:20 May 2005 09:10 AM
I downloaded the trial copy of Stylus, and attempted to open a wsdl file i have been working with. The file extension is not a valid file extension for Stylus. Can stylus open a wsdl file or not, if so how? Thanks.
Subject:WSDL Reading Author:Ivan Pedruzzi Date:20 May 2005 10:17 AM
If you are trying to open your WSDL for editing click File -> Open
then pick "All Files" in the file types combox box.
IF the file extension is not associated to one of editors Stylu Studio will prompt the editor list.
If you are trying to invoke a service you have to click
File -> New -> Web Service Call then type or browse the WSDL URL.
Subject:WSDL Reading Author:Minollo I. Date:20 May 2005 10:19 AM
A WSDL is an XML document; so you can instruct Stylus Studio to open it as XML if you want to see its content.
If you want to use/test the operations defined in the WSDL and exposed by (your) server, you can open it inside the "Web Service Call Composer". Take a look at http://www.stylusstudio.com/learn_wsdl.html for more details.