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!! Developer Guide to the WSDL Editor
!! Using the WSDL Editor
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* [Developer Guide to the WSDL Editor|DeveloperGuideWSDLEditor]
* [Using the WSDL Editor|DeveloperGuideWSDLEditor]
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In the WSDL view of the WSDL Editor, the WSDL file appears as a tree component or a series of columns.[{Image src='ep-wsdl-guide-wsdl-view.gif' width='' height='' alt='Image shows the WSDL view for the sample file SynchronousSample.wsdl' align='left|center|right' }]
In the WSDL view of the WSDL Editor, the WSDL file appears as a tree component or a series of columns.[{Image src='ep-wsdl-guide-wsdl-view-1.gif' width='350' height='350' alt='Image shows the WSDL view for the sample file SynchronousSample.wsdl' align='left|center|right' }]
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* __Types.__ This node enables you to import XML schemas and to add inline schemas.\\
* Imports.__Types.__ This node enables you to import WSDL files.\\
* __Messages.__ This node enables you to create, edit, and delete messages.\\
* __Port Types.__ This node enables you to create, edit, and delete port types.\\
* __Bindings.__ This node enables you to create, edit, and delete bindings.\\
* __Services.__ This node enables you to create, edit, and delete services.\\
* __Extensibility Elements.__ This node enables you to add the following extensibility elements: partner link types, properties, and property aliases.\\
* __Types__ - This node enables you to import XML schemas and to add inline schemas.\\
* __Imports__ - This node enables you to import WSDL files.\\
* __Messages__ - This node enables you to create, edit, and delete messages.\\
* __Port Types__ - This node enables you to create, edit, and delete port types.\\
* __Bindings__ - This node enables you to create, edit, and delete bindings.\\
* __Services__ - This node enables you to create, edit, and delete services.\\
* __Extensibility Elements__ - This node enables you to add the following extensibility elements: partner link types, properties, and property aliases.\\
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If an XML schema file cannot be imported, then the file is crossed out in the Add Import dialog box.
If an XML schema file cannot be imported, then the file is striked out in the Add Import dialog box.
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This situation can happen for the following reasons:
The name can be striked out to indicate the following:
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* Specify a unique ID.\\
* Specify whether locally declared attributes must be qualified with the namespace prefix.\\
* Specify whether locally declared elements must be qualified with the namespace prefix.\\
* Specify the default value of the {{block}} attribute, which controls the use of substitution.\\
* Specify the default value of the {{final}} attribute, which controls the use of type derivation.\\
* Specify the version of the schema.\\
* Specify the target namespace of the schema.\\
** Specify a unique ID.\\
** Specify whether locally declared attributes must be qualified with the namespace prefix.\\
** Specify whether locally declared elements must be qualified with the namespace prefix.\\
** Specify the default value of the {{block}} attribute, which controls the use of substitution.\\
** Specify the default value of the {{final}} attribute, which controls the use of type derivation.\\
** Specify the version of the schema.\\
** Specify the target namespace of the schema.\\
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If a WSDL file cannot be imported, then the file and the file's namespace are crossed out in the Add Import dialog box. This situation can happen for the following reasons:
If a WSDL file cannot be imported, then the file and the file's namespace are striked out in the Add Import dialog box. The striked out name can indicate the following:
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# In the WSDL view, right-click the Imports node and choose Add WSDL Import. The Add Import dialog box opens.
# In the WSDL view, right-click the Imports node and choose {{Add WSDL Import}}. The Add Import dialog box opens.
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# Click OK.
# Click {{OK}}.
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# Select the category of operation.
# Define the message that the operation receives as input. You can create a message from scratch by entering a new message name in the drop-down list, or you can select an existing message from the drop-down list. For a new message, the Add and Remove buttons enable you to add and remove message parts.
# Select the type of operation.
# Define the message that the operation receives as input. You can create a message from scratch by entering a new message name in the drop-down list, or you can select an existing message from the drop-down list. For a new message, the {{Add}} and {{Remove}} buttons enable you to add and remove message parts.
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# Click OK.
A port type node appears. The port type node contains an operation node. If you created one or more messages, then the message nodes appear. In addition, a partner link type is automatically created.
# A {{Generate partnerlinktype automatically}} checkbox is selected by default. When you create a port type a partner link type with a default role is created automatically. If you would rather add a partner link type manually, clear the checkbox before creating the new port type.
# Click {{OK}}.
A port type node appears. The port type node contains an operation node. If you created one or more messages, then the message nodes appear.
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You can use the WSDL Editor to create, edit, and delete bindings. [{Image src='ep-wsdl-guide-binding.gif' width='' height='' alt='Image shows the WSDL view as described in context' align='left|center|right' }]
You can use the WSDL Editor to create, edit, and delete bindings. [{Image src='ep-wsdl-guide-binding.gif' width='407' height='370' alt='Image shows the WSDL view as described in context' align='left|center|right' }]
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# 1. In the WSDL view, right-click the port type node and choose Add → Binding and Service Port.
The Generate Binding and Service Port dialog box appears.
# Enter a name for the binding
# In the WSDL view, right-click the port type node and choose Add → Binding and Service Port.\\The Generate Binding and Service Port dialog box appears.
# Enter a name for the binding.
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# Enter a name for the service.
# Enter a name for the port.
# Add the binding to a service port. If this option is selected, do the following:
## Enter a name for the service.
## Enter a name for the port.
# Complete the binding configuration.\\When a binding type is selected, the Generate Binding and Service Port dialog box provides configuration parameters specific to that binding type.\\ \\__Note:__ The HTTP and SOAP bindings do not provide configuration parameters in the Generate Binding and Service Port dialog box. \\ \\
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# In the WSDL view, right-click the Bindings node and choose Add Binding.
A binding node appears.
# If the Properties window is not visible, choose Window → Properties.
# Select the binding node.
# (Optional) Change the value of the Name property.
# Set the Type property to the port type that the binding will reference.
# Right-click the binding node, point to Add, and choose the desired binding type (for example, File Binding).
A node that identifies the binding type appears.
# Right-click the binding node and choose {{Add}} → {{Binding Operation}}.
# If the binding's port type has more than one operation, then the Select Operation dialog box appears. Choose one or more operations, and click OK.
One or more operation nodes appear.
# For information on how to configure the binding's extensibility elements, see the appropriate binding component user's guide.
# In the WSDL view, right-click the Bindings node and choose {{Add Binding}}.\\The Create New Binding dialog box appears.
# Select the port type.
# Enter a name for the binding.
# Select the type of binding.
# Select the binding subtype. The choices vary depending on the binding type.
# Add the binding to a service port. If this option is selected, do the following:
## Enter a name for the service.
## Enter a name for the port.
# Complete the binding configuration.\\When a binding type is selected, the Create New Binding dialog box provides configuration parameters specific to that binding type.\\ \\__Note:__ The HTTP and SOAP bindings do not provide configuration parameters in the Create New Binding dialog box.\\ \\
# Click OK.
A binding node and a service node appear.
The binding node contains an extensibility element (for example, file:binding) that identifies the type of binding. The binding node also contains one or more operation nodes.
The service node contains a port node. The port node contains an address extensibility element (for example, file:address).
# For information on how to configure the extensibility elements of the binding and service, see the appropriate binding component user's guide.
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# Press {{Delete}}.
# Press {{Delete}}.\\The Safe Delete dialog box appears and shows you the name of the component you selected to delete.
# Click {{Refactor}}. The dialog box displays a list of warning or errors related to the component you are deleting and gives you the option to {{Show Usages}} of the XML schema component or cancel the delete.
# To continue with the delete, click {{Refactor}}. The XML schema component and all references to the component are deleted.
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!To undo a delete
You can undo refactoring changes by right-clicking any remaining binding component in and selecting Refactor → Undo from the pop-up menu. The IDE roles back all canges made in the files that were affected by the refactoring.
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You can use the WSDL Editor to create, edit, and delete services.[{Image src='ep-wsdl-guide-service.gif' width='' height='' alt='Image shows the service example in WSDL view of WSDL Editor' align='left|center|right' }]
You can use the WSDL Editor to create, edit, and delete services.[{Image src='ep-wsdl-guide-service.gif' width='544' height='383' alt='Image shows the service example in WSDL view of WSDL Editor' align='left|center|right' }]
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# In the WSDL view, right-click the port type node and choose Add → Binding and Service Port.
The Generate Binding and Service Port dialog box appears.
# In the WSDL view, right-click the port type node and choose Add → Binding and Service Port.\\The Generate Binding and Service Port dialog box appears.
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# Select the binding subtype. The choices vary depending on the binding type.
# Enter a name for the service.
# Enter a name for the port.
# Select the binding subtype. The choices vary depending on the binding type.
# Add the binding to a service port. If this option is selected, do the following:
## Enter a name for the service.
## Enter a name for the port.
# Complete the binding configuration.\\When a binding type is selected, the Generate Binding and Service Port dialog box provides configuration parameters specific to that binding type.\\ \\__Note:__ The HTTP and SOAP bindings do not provide configuration parameters in the Generate Binding and Service Port dialog box. \\ \\
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A binding node and a service node appear.
The binding node contains an extensibility element (for example, {{file:binding}}) that identifies the type of binding. The binding node also contains one or more operation nodes. The service node contains a port node.
The port node contains an address extensibility element (for example, {{file:address}}).
A binding node and a service node appear.
The binding node contains an extensibility element (for example, file:binding) that identifies the type of binding. The binding node also contains one or more operation nodes.
The service node contains a port node. The port node contains an address extensibility element (for example, file:address).
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# Press {{Delete}}.
# Press {{Delete}}.\\The Safe Delete dialog box appears.
# Click {{Refactor}}.\\The service or port node is deleted.
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* Create a WSDL file from scratch.\\
* Create a port type.\\
** Create a WSDL file from scratch.
** Create a port type.
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* Right-click the partner link type node and choose {{Add}} → {{role}}.\\
* If the Properties window is not visible, choose {{Window}} → {{Properties}}.\\
* Select the role.\\
* (Optional) Change the default name.\\
* Specify the port type.\\
** Right-click the partner link type node and choose {{Add}} → {{role}}.\\
** If the Properties window is not visible, choose {{Window}} → {{Properties}}.\\
** Select the role.\\
** (Optional) Change the default name.\\
** Specify the port type.\\
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* Select the role.\\
* (Optional) Change the default name.\\
* Specify the port type.\\
** Change the default name\role.\\
** Specify the port type.\\
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# In the WSDL view, right-click the component and choose Find Usages.
The Usages window opens in the lower part of the IDE. The window has three parts:
* __Toolbar.__ The toolbar buttons let you refresh information in the window, expand and collapse nodes in the tree pane, and cycle through the found usages.\\
* __Tree pane.__ The tree pane contains nodes for the results of the query.\\
* __Graph pane.__ The graph pane shows a graphical representation of the results.\\
# In the WSDL view, right-click the component and choose Find Usages.\\The Usages window opens in the lower part of the IDE. The window has three parts:
** __Toolbar__ - The toolbar buttons let you refresh information in the window, expand and collapse nodes in the tree pane, and cycle through the found usages.
** __Tree pane__ -The tree pane contains nodes for the results of the query.
** __Graph pane__ -The graph pane shows a graphical representation of the results.
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# Enter the documentation text.
# Enter the documentation text.\\
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