Subject:Web Service Call and SOAP Headers Author:John Pasko Date:13 Feb 2006 02:40 PM
I am currently evaluating the Stylus Studio 2006 XML Enterprise Edition (Build 501h) to determine if it suits our needs within in our shop. This will be used by about 20 users, both Dev and QA. So far it seems ideal for Dev, but I have run into a snag with QA.
We need to maintain a black box environment for QA to test our Web Services. The interface on the Web Service Call feature is ideal and easy to use. However, when I path to the WSDL url and then try to create a Scenario Properties for a test, it does not auto populate the SOAPAction it leaves it blank. Here is how the description renders for the WSDL:
I think the error might be in the Namespace xmlns:tns="urn:retsWsdl", but I am not positive.
The second problem is that I cannot see a way to pass a SOAP Header with the proper security credentials. We are requiring a Username Token and Password to access the WS. Documentation really doesn't cover this and this. The deal breaker on whether we purchase this tool or not is based upon the ability for a Tester to pass a SOAP Header with the security credentials to recieve the Response.
Can you please give me some guidance on if this is feasible and direct me to documentation outlining how to perform this if possible.