wsdlpull is an efficient and powerful command line utility for dynamic inspection and invocation of WSDL web services. It also has a C++ library with a Dynamic WSDL Invocation API, a WSDL parser, a schema parser and validator, and an XML parser/serializer.
|Tags||Text Processing Markup XML Internet Web Software Development Libraries|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This version introduces the new and improved XPath processor that allows you to query Web services and extract the response without writing a single line of code.
Release Notes: This release handles extensibility attributes in operation's elements. A bug with an empty soap header element in response has been fixed. Warnings have been fixed. WSDL element names for input/output/faults are stored in messages. An invoker API has been added to set the HTTP authentication parameters. An invoker to get SOAP fault details has been added. When parsing an XSD file, the 'anyAttribute' in complex types is taken into account.
Release Notes: Error reporting was fixed. Parsing of absolute file paths in schema imports was fixed.
Release Notes: Several new features were added, including the ability to validate multiple occurences of choice elements, a new -p option to print port types of a wsdl, a -g option in the wsdl tool to generate soap message, and an experimental -g option in the schema tool to generate instances. Fixes were also made for a schema:import bug and for a type reference in an imported schema which is defined in same wsdl file but under another namespace.
No changes have been submitted for this release.