Hi all, For testing purpose, I want to use SOAP messaging (document centric) instead of SOAP RPC. If I use the WSAD wsdl generator, I can choose SOAP encoding or LITERAL encoding, but this is still RPC. Is there a way to create a wsdl file for SOAP messaging or is it a non-supported feature with WSAD
Btw, this is my 500th post.. wow ! [ April 01, 2003: Message edited by: Jean-Louis Marechaux ]
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Well, it works but different than you might think. If you give it a piece of WSDL that is specifically bound for document mode and literal encoding it will generate (correctly) a stub and skeleton for it, and also generate Java Beans to represent the parts of the document. Is that what you're looking for? Kyle
Kyle, maybe I misunderstood your post ut what I'm looking for is the opposite.
I would like to generate a document mode wsdl FROM wsad. And I can't figure out how to do it... Using the wizards, I can only see on opportuity to choose between "literal" or "soap encoding" [ April 02, 2003: Message edited by: Jean-Louis Marechaux ]
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Kyle ? Any clue ? Of course, others are welcome here...
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Originally posted by Jean-Louis Marechaux: Kyle ? Any clue ? Of course, others are welcome here...
Hi Jean-Louis, In fact, we won't allow you to generate document-mode WSDL from Java code in WSAD 5.0. The code generators don't work that way. If you want document-mode WSDL you either have to code it yourself or modify WSDL generated by the tool. Kyle