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Need Help in Webservices  Scripting

Hi Team,

In my current project we need to do scripting using Webservices protocol. Iam new to webservices prtocol scripting.

Can you please share the steps to create scripts using webservices.

I have worked on HTTP/HTML, AJAX True Client and RTE protocol.

Thanks in advance.

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Re: Need Help in Webservices  Scripting

Hello srinivas_07

Thank you for your post.

By recording a Web Services session, you capture the events of a typical business process. If you have
already built a client that interacts with the Web Service, you can record all of the actions that the client
performs. The resulting script emulates the operations of your Web Service client. After recording, you
can add more Web Service calls and make other enhancements to the script.
When you record an application, you can record it with or without a Web Service WSDL file. If you include
a WSDL file, VuGen allows you to create a script by selecting the desired methods and entering values
for their arguments.VuGen creates a descriptive script that can be updated when there are changes in
the WSDL.

when you create a webservice script you ca add content through one of the following methods: recording, manually inserting Web Service calls, importing SOAP, or by analyzing server traffic.

For more information about how to record with this protocol, you can review the userguide, where explains how to record with each of the methods.

 

Regards,

Daniela Gómez Alvarado
Customer Support Engineer

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