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:
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):
As well as ABL code samples for:
- Connecting to the Web Service
- Running any of the Web Service's public methods
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.