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I want to mock one soapui web service call but I don't have wsdl file. I have request, response xml's and xsd's.
Could you please let me know that whether is it possible or not.
If possible please tell me steps to do
If you're using Ready! API, the ServiceV tool will allow you to virtualize an API either by discovery or by creating the request and response in an empty project.
For more information, see http://readyapi.smartbear.com/servicev/getting_started/create_virt
But we mocked rest web service call using soapui pro without wadl also
Thanks for giving reply.
Please clarify below query
I have webservice call to get xml data, this is not REST and SOAP call. This is just xml request and response, to mock it how should I proceed
Please let me know if you need more info
Please help me on it
I got info from first reply that it is not possible to mock service without wsdl
What I asked in last question is I have service with normal xml request and xml response(not wsdl or not wadl means not rest implemented and not soap implemented). To mock this how can I proceed in soapui
Please help me on it
Please let me know if corresponsing web service is not implemented with SOAP and REST then how should we mock
wsdl / wadl / swagger definition are similar to interface in java language.
That basically allows client application what kind of request is allowed by service.
Without out it, how would client create a valid request to call the service? Service may not respond for a random request, right?
May be you would want to tell what kind of service that you are trying to call (if not soap or rest and still want to use soapui) or more details on the use case would help.