This section introduces the WSDL Semantics Validator, which checks for errors in a WSDL.
Understanding WSDL Semantics Validator
The WSDL Semantic Checker checks for basic coding errors in a WSDL that are relevant to the meanings and definitions of the elements found within.
This tool is rarely added to a test suite manually. More often, it is automatically generated from the New .tst/Test Suite wizard when you prompt SOAtest to create WSDL tests from a test wizard.
As a test suite tool, it allows you to check a WSDL as part of your functional test scenario. To check a WSDL during static analysis, use the "Check WSDL Semantics" rule, which is in the Validate XML category. There are no customization options for the static analysis rule; it applies its defaults settings to the specified WSDL.
Configuring WSDL Semantic Validator
You can customize the following option:
- WSDL URI: Specifies the WSDL to be checked for errors. Click the Browse button to navigate to the appropriate WSDL file.