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what are the steps to consume WSDL in HPOO

Hi ,

 

I am trying to import WSDL to HPOO. Can anyone suggest me steps to import the WSDl  or document ,if any thing exist ?

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Re: what are the steps to consume WSDL in HPOO

Review the studio authors guide
- section titled: "Creating operations from Web services"
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Re: what are the steps to consume WSDL in HPOO

Hi,

 

I am familier with the steps to consume WSDL from folder in which we have WSDl related files like common.xsd,incident.do etc... . So my problem is like  I have the Incident management URL , So I can get WSDL file.But the supported files need to be created based on  given WSDL file. Please find below WSDL file

 

https://tcsdemo1.service-now.com/incident.do?WSDL#!

 

It has several tags and URL's . Which one I need select  for Integration with  HPOO .Attaching the same file with exte

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I don't have access to the WSDL URL - can you elaborate further?
Help me with the larger picture..
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Re: what are the steps to consume WSDL in HPOO

did u try to open  the attachment . That's the WSDL file required .

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