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Google Chrome Extension Wizdler

SoapUI can sometimes be a bit cumbersome to use. In that case you can use Wizdler as an alternative. After adding the Wizdler extension to Google Chrome, simply add the URL for the WSDL in de address bar. For example: https://b2b.schuuring.nl:6443/KPNEAIImportWCF/KPNEAIImport.svc?singlewsdl Now you can select an operation from the WSDL. A dummy input message will be…

BizTalk service with WS-Security

To create a WCF Receive Location with WS-Security (messagesecurity with clientcredentialtype=”UserName”), you must first use the WCF Publishing Wizard. The WCF Publishing Wizard creates a WCF service in IIS. This WCF service has minimal configuration. That’s because the WCF service is coupled to a WCF receive location. In the WCF receive location the configuration is…

Reverse engineer WSDL via SoapUI

Sometimes you want to reverse engineer a WSDL file from a SoapUI testcase. A good example is where you started with a WCF service without security and then you add transport security with let’s say basic authentication. If you try to retrieve the wsdl now by accessing https://biztalk01/K2W/EenheidService.svc?wsdl via a browser, you might get stuck…

SoapUI failed to add project

If you get an error when adding a new SOAP project in SoapUI, it’s best to try and open the wsdl in a browser first. That way you can see the errors related to the wsdl file. Don’t forget to set customErrors to Off in the web.config file. <system.web> <customErrors mode=”Off” /> </system.web> You can…

SvcUtil

I used SvcUtil to generate a service interface + data contracts from a WSDL using the following command: SvcUtil OpdrachtXOP.wsdl /l:cs /serializer:XmlSerializer /syncOnly Nothing special, the service contract and the datacontracts got generated. But, after I created a SOAP project in SoapUI, I saw a few very weird things: – The Order attribute in my…

SOAPUI Mock Service

It can come in handy to develop a mock service when you don’t have access to that service in the test environment. In stead of developing a stub service yourself, you can also use SOAPUI. Not difficult, but good to know. Link: SOAPUI Mocking.

Webservices testen

Voor het testen van webservices kun je Webservice Studio (http://www.codeplex.com/WebserviceStudio) gebruiken of soapUI (http://www.soapui.org/). Met name SOAPUI is heel interessant om dat je daar een testscript kunt maken met meerdere input files. Eenmalig de wsdl importeren en off you go. Na installatie kun je een snelkoppeling leggen naar de volgende file: “C:Program FileseviwaresoapUI-2.5-beta1binsoapui.bat” Een derde tool die wel…