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What is the difference between wswizard.exe and SoapUI.exe

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 We are using wswizard.exe to import  WSDL . I heard SoapUI also Does the same thing. Can anybody tell me the difference. Can we integrate any other tools (that supports Webservices)  with OO using  wswizard.exe ? If yes  Can we do the samething  SoapUI.exe?

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Re: What is the difference between wswizard.exe and SoapUI.exe

Wswizard.exe is an HP OO tool which imports a WSDL and generates OO subflows which can be used to perform the web services queries and process the responses within a workflow.  It is very useful for integrating 3rd party applications which lack  OOTB integrations provided by HP.   SoapUI is an excellent tool for testing and debugging SOAP and REST graphically.  I believe Wswizard uses a batch version of Soapui interanally with the Invoker2 operation.  Soapui will not generate prebuilt ready to use workflows as wswizard.

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