How to test SOAP/WSDL based web services using ScenarioBuilder?
The current version of ScenarioBuilder does not support WSDL-type web services. However, you can still use a third party application that can get you the request and response formats of a web service from its WSDL.
We recommend using a chrome extension called "Boomerang - SOAP & REST Client". You can download it from the following link:
Boomerang - SOAP & REST Client
It is an easy to use SOAP & REST Client that can parse the WSDL file to get you the format of the requests/responses of a web service.
Then, you can use ScenarioBuilder to test the web service.
Please follow the steps below to learn how to use Boomerang – SOAP & REST Client extension to test SOAP & REST services:
Once you add the extension to the browser, go to the appsand select
Next, clickto create a new project.
Enter a name for your project and click “OK”.
Then click “Create a Service”.
In this step, select “SOAP”
Next, put your WSDL URL. In this example, http://wsf.cdyne.com/WeatherWS/Weather.asmx?WSDL
Then enter a name for your service and click “Add”.
In this example, we want to get the city weather by the zip code.
Hover over and click .
Then select “Create request”.
Here you can modify the request.
In this example, we will put a zip code instead of “?”. i.e. 90041
Once you are done with editing the request, click “Send”.
Here is the response: