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sandychinn Absent Member.
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Update WSDL via command line interface



I need to know if there is any other way to update the WSDL of a HP service test TEST other than through the UI. We release new versions of WSDLs every few months and updating the WSDLs in all our tests manually takes considerable amount of time.


I am working on automating the upgrade process. Is there a way I can upgrade the WSDL through a command line utility or any other way so that I can automate the process?



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wendell01 Absent Member.
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Re: Update WSDL via command line interface

Is there any answer to this. we have over a thousand test that need to be changed and going to each one will be a long and tedious process.


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Re: Update WSDL via command line interface

Where are the scripts saved? Are they saved in QC or in local PC?


I didn't know any automated process to do that but i created a small code to replace the files. 


As you know once you imported the WSDL , the files(.xsd and .wsdl)  will be copied under your script folder. 

Just write a Code to get the new file and replace with the old files.  


If the scripts are saved in QC , i would recomend to use STM ( Service Test Management) so that if you update the WSDL in STM its automaticall updated all the scripts because the scripts are referecing WSDL from STM.


Hope the above info will help you.





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