Manage Services dialog box

This dialog box enables you to manage your WSDLs, provide authentication information, and set a security scenario.

To access, use one of the following:

  • Click the Manage Services button on the VuGen toolbar.

  • SOA Tools > Manage Services

User interface elements are described below (unlabeled elements are shown in angle brackets):

UI Element

Opens the Import Service dialog box for importing WSDLs from a file system. For details, see Import Service dialog box.

Removes the selected service from the list.
Opens the WSDL Comparison Report showing the Working copy and Original copy of the WSDL side-by-side.
To set the comparison settings, see XML/WSDL Comparison dialog box.

WS-I Validation

Opens the WS-I Validation report to check the WSDL's compliance with WS-I, for the selected services.
Displays the WSDL in a browser.
<WSDL list>
A list of the imported WSDLs.
Description tab
Provides information about the WSDL, its endpoint address, toolkit, and update information.
Operations tab

Lists the operations of the service: Operation Name, PortName, and Used in Script (Yes or No).

Connection Settings tab

In some cases WSDLs reside on secure sites requiring authentication. In certain instances, the WSDL is accessed through a proxy server.

VuGen supports the importing of WSDLs using security and WSDLs accessed through proxy servers. The following security and authentication methods are supported:

  • SSL

  • Basic and NTLM authentication

  • Kerberos (for the WCF and the .NET toolkits)

For more information about setting the connection information while importing the WSDL, see Add and manage services.

Note: This only applies for URL and UDDI type imports.

UDDI Data tab

The UDDI server, UDDI version, and service key.

You can view the details of the UDDI server for each service that you imported from a UDDI registry.

The read-only information indicates the URL of the UDDI server, the UDDI version, and the Service key.

Protocol and Security tab

Allows you to view and set a security scenario for your Web Service calls and shows the details of the security scenario applied to the script.

If you did not choose a scenario, it uses the default <no scenario>.

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