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Read WSDL from jar-file

Hello,

 

is it possible to read WSDL from a jar file within SoapUI / ReadyAPI?

If so, how should this be set (java / groove example would be appreciated).

 

Thanks in advance for your answer.

 

Regards,

 

Raymond Wiertz

The Netherlands

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Re: Read WSDL from jar-file

Hi @CrazyFrog,

 

ReadyAPI can parse the WSDL file to create different assertions to make sure that API works fine.

Could you please explain why you need to read this file?

 

As far as I understand the WSDL format is very close to the XML format. Perhaps, you can use an approach when you read XML files.

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Re: Read WSDL from jar-file

Hi @CrazyFrog,

 

ReadyAPI can parse the WSDL file to create different assertions to make sure that API works fine.

Could you please explain why you need to read this file?

 

As far as I understand the WSDL format is very close to the XML format. Perhaps, you can use an approach when you read XML files.

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Tanya Gorbunova
SmartBear Community Manager

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