Saving a Web Service Call

You can save the Web service call composed by Stylus Studio. The file created when you save a Web service call includes the WSDL URL and the last Web service operation that you configured (including parameter values) prior to saving the file. For example, if you are using a Web service that provides separate operations for temperature conversions (one for Celsius to Fahrenheit and one for Fahrenheit to Celsius, for example), only the last one you test is saved.

Saving a Web service call gives you the ability to easily recall a preconfigured SOAP request for additional testing - allowing you to modify the SOAP request and test it without having to locate the WSDL.

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