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PradeepMalineni
PradeepMalineni
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Pinned topic WSRR - Schema validation

‏2013-08-19T14:12:12Z |

Hi Team,

 

Do we have any other alternative ways to retive the wsdl file from WSRR for schema validation action other than using the Base URI. Currently I am using the schema validation action with the WSRR://WSRR_SERVE_SUB_OBJ/BASR_URI with this approach whenever dev team upadting the WSDL in WSRR base uri getting changed and I need to change the same in DP. Can't we refer to Object name(Static) instaed of BaseURI.

Thanks,

Pradeep Malineni

 

  • shawnlopeman
    shawnlopeman
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    Re: WSRR - Schema validation

    ‏2013-08-19T16:51:26Z  

    Use custom xsl to pull data from WSRR.  You can then put the WSDL in a context variable and your validation action will use the context variable to perform validation.  Attached is the xsl to use, you'll just need to change some variables in it to match your environment.

    Note that in the xsl, I'm getting the WSDL name from another context variable.  I did this so that I could re-use this xsl as needed.  I simply do a set variable action right before executing this xsl.  You could simply put your WSDL name in the xsl:param directly.

    Hope this helps.

    Shawn

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  • shawnlopeman
    shawnlopeman
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    Re: WSRR - Schema validation

    ‏2013-08-19T16:51:26Z  

    Use custom xsl to pull data from WSRR.  You can then put the WSDL in a context variable and your validation action will use the context variable to perform validation.  Attached is the xsl to use, you'll just need to change some variables in it to match your environment.

    Note that in the xsl, I'm getting the WSDL name from another context variable.  I did this so that I could re-use this xsl as needed.  I simply do a set variable action right before executing this xsl.  You could simply put your WSDL name in the xsl:param directly.

    Hope this helps.

    Shawn

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