Originally Posted by brownie_cookie
i geuss so xD
i really know little about it!
we've got here some webservices and they need to be checked
and i get a WSDL (some kind of XML) and it also had to do something with SOAP
so i geuss you're right
do you know of anything that i can use?
thanks in advance
You can use the curl command, see this link
This worked for an IIS Hosted web service:
curl --header 'content-type: text/xml' -d @soaprequest.xml http://myappserver.dev.com:8080/schedule.asmx
where soaprequest.xml is a file containing my SOAP request.
This obviously does not validate your SOAP request to the wsdl, if the wsdl is unlikely to change then I would validate it manually. You could also use XmlSpy.
What web server are you using? You can normally navigate to the web service page and get a sample SOAP request for each operation.
Hope this helps.
Are you thinking about wsdl validation because the wsdl changes or because you are unsure about whether the SOAP request you are sending is correct?