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Quite usefull. But seems not to work anymore with FF54 (sill working with FF52.2 ESR)
The apps is simple and easy to use but unfortunately it need some improvements and basic features :(
Thank you for the great and useful extension.
But I'm begging you please remove the sound playing when Invoke button pressing.
Or at least please add setting to disable this sound.
This client doesn't conform to common SOAP service specifications and incorrectly generates sample requests/responses from correct WDSL, which works perfectly well with SoapUI, Apache CXF, Apache Axis and many more mature tools.
This client is not mature to be used in production and for testing (at least as SOAP client)!
This should have been clearly stated in the description, hence low rating
Great! This is easy and fast!
When there are hundreds of operations you have to scroll over them which is not useful at all, it would be better to have a dropdown list of operations and you get fields for it...
You've got the beginnings of a very nice tool here. Your plugin found my IPv6 machine's WSDL when SOAP UI and Eclipse could not. You need to work on usability and request header integration though.
Nice product with small flaws. The "invoke" button is disabled after first run. The WSDL must be re-read, parameters filled again and credentials are not remembered. Please fix it.
Hi, I am bit new to this add on as well SOA application. Can anyone tell me how to start this SOA client and make use of it.
Rocking add-on! but...I tried a wsdl which works with soapUI but the textbox for 2 input params are not getting generated when parsed...so its passing nulls...any suggestions?
Pros: I was extremely impressed with how well this handled my testing of some Weblogic webservices.
Cons: Just one, it needs the ability to export/import (save/load) a test case.
The client works well, does everything necessary and even includes the basic tracking raw data, It would be greatly improved if the functions of the parsed wsdl where in a bit of an accordian UI as some soa services have well over 100 functions, this makes the client page get pretty huge.
Very simple, but most effective.
The display fonts and lack of indent make the result box a little tough to read, especially for large services. I ended up editing the gui.js script to add some screen formatting (colors, indents, fonts, etc) to the result box.
All in all, an extremely useful download.
Room for plenty of improvement, but does get the job done simple and efficiently.
Wsdl to Form, show all the xmls send and receive, deal well with RPC SOAP server. Great work!
Works exactly as announced for SOA-via-SOAP/WSDL/UDDI-settings: useful Add-On to explore, but more to test SOA environments (Because UDDI exploration is a rather un-common exercise, whereas service call is the single-most done action in SOA(P) development). Quite (but not always perfectly) straightforward. After half an hour of usage this is an indispensable and easy to use helper.
Add-On contains already many small to transparent features (authenticated calls, at least two versions of SOAP) that make it helpful as debugging or demonstration tool.
I dived into and found no nagging or bad code in it.
I recommend this add-on and wish to see NLS and some secondary features as book-keeping of previous service calls/look-ups etc. in the future.