The Web Service Test Client makes it quick and easy to make ad-hoc calls to a web service. Simply select the web service URL, pick the web method from the list, amend any values in the generated SOAP request, and view the results.
Once a web method is selected, the tool automatically creates the SOAP envelope and generates a request message based on the description within the web service description (WSDL). You can then change this request, adding in your own values.
The web request can then be saved, so it can be re-used later, making it a very useful tool in a testing and development environment.
- Auto generates SOAP Envelope
- Auto generates XML Request
- Supported protocols HTTP GET, HTTP POST, SOAP 1.0, 1.1
- Support for authentication
- Support for HTTPS
- Save the call to file to be run later, e.g. in a batch process
- Microsoft Visual Studio Integration
XML Schema Editor Overview
This video overview shows how to work in the graphical, text and split views, adding items, changing properties and updating documentation annotations.
Generate a Sample XML Document
This video tutorial shows you how to create a sample XML document from an industry standard schema (Google Site Map).
Generate HTML Documentation
This video tutorial shows how to create HTML documentation for an XML Schema.
XML Data Binding
This video tutorial shows you how to generate strongly typed API source code from your XSD using the Liquid XML Data Binder.
XML Data Mapper
This video tutorial shows how to create a mapping transform, using the graphical drag and drop interface, to convert XML data of different XML Schema.