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How to find wsdl file?

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How to find wsdl file?

Hi

I rescently switshed from SoapUI to ReadyAPI. I have an existing project created with a WSDL file. How can I find the name of the wsdl file in the existing project? In SOAP UI I just double clicked on the project and it was on start page.

Magnus

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Re: How to find wsdl file?

Hi @Magnuss 

 

Ok - I couldn't remember myself - been a while since I worked on a SOAP project - so I added a project in via an old .wsdl I had.

 

Once you've created the project via the .wsdl file in ReadyAPI!,

 

1. Via the menu, click on 'View' and enable the 'Navigator' and 'Properties' frames

2. Click on the 'Projects' tab at the top of the screen

3. Click on the newly created project in the 'Navigator' frame

4. Click down one level in the hierarchy within the 'Navigator' frame on the SOAP service object

5. View and check the 'Interface Properties' frame - the .wsdl properties are listed there

 

see the attached screenshot

 

hope this helps,

 

nice one,

 

richie

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Community Hero

Re: How to find wsdl file?

Hi @Magnuss 

 

Ok - I couldn't remember myself - been a while since I worked on a SOAP project - so I added a project in via an old .wsdl I had.

 

Once you've created the project via the .wsdl file in ReadyAPI!,

 

1. Via the menu, click on 'View' and enable the 'Navigator' and 'Properties' frames

2. Click on the 'Projects' tab at the top of the screen

3. Click on the newly created project in the 'Navigator' frame

4. Click down one level in the hierarchy within the 'Navigator' frame on the SOAP service object

5. View and check the 'Interface Properties' frame - the .wsdl properties are listed there

 

see the attached screenshot

 

hope this helps,

 

nice one,

 

richie

3.click one level down

if this helped answer the post, could you please mark it as 'solved'? Also if you consider whether the title of your post is relevant? Perhaps if the post is solved, it might make sense to update the title of the post to something more descriptive? This will help people when searching for problems.
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Re: How to find wsdl file?

Many thanks for your help. Now it works.

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