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What is the WSDL Analyzer?

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TitleWhat is the WSDL Analyzer?
URL NameP172455
Article Number000140521
EnvironmentProduct: OpenEdge
Version: 10.x, 11.x,12.x
OS: All Supported Operating Systems
Other: N/A
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What is the WSDL Analyzer?
How to generate HTML documentation for consuming a web service using ABL from the WSDL
How to run bprowsdldoc
Where is bprowsdldoc documented?
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The WSDL Analyzer is a tool to generate HTML documentation for consuming a web service using ABL from its WSDL. Run the WSDL analyzer by entering the command "bprowsdldoc" on the operating system command line using the following syntax:

bprowsdldoc [option] wsdl URL or filename [target directory]

If a target directory is not specifed, the documentation is written to the current working directory. For example:

bprowsdldoc http://localhost:8080/wsa/wsa1/wsdl?targetURI=urn:tempuri-org

The result is generated into the current folder and is accessible by loading the generated index.html into a Web Browser.  The output contains documentation of all publicly accessible methods and datatypes within the Web Service(example below):
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As well as ABL code samples for:

  • Connecting to the Web Service
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  • Running any of the Web Service's public methods
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For information on the options available with the bprowsdldoc command, and for information on how to use the documentation generated by the WSDL Analyzer, see the OpenEdge documentation references below.
 

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References to Written Documenation:

OpenEdge Development: Web Services, "Creating an ABL Client from WSDL > Using the WSDL Analyzer"
OpenEdge Development: Web Services, "Commands and Utilities > bprowsdldoc"

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