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Creating a new wsdl using existing xsds [message #923527] Tue, 25 September 2012 21:23 Go to next message
Joel Bloch is currently offline Joel Bloch
Messages: 1
Registered: September 2012
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Hello,

I try to do a simple exercise but cannot manage to deal with it. I am new to Eclipse, maybe that's why.
I use Eclipse Juno with WTP.

1) I create a new wsdl in a project, I have a very hard time to link existing xsd files.

2) When I open an existing wsdl using external xsd, I want to add operations and use the types defined in the xsds. When I add an operation, and I add an element in the request, there is no way to choose an existing type defined in the xsd linked to my wsdl. How come?

Is there a way somehow, when selecting a new element of a request or response, to have the list of types and be able to select them?

Thanks a lot,
Joel
Re: Creating a new wsdl using existing xsds [message #924197 is a reply to message #923527] Wed, 26 September 2012 11:52 Go to previous message
Keith Chong is currently offline Keith Chong
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Registered: July 2009
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Hi Joel

Bring up the context menu on the Part and select Set Element-->Existing Element...

If you have the schemas already in the project, then select the Enclosing Project Search Scope radio button. Then your element should be shown in the list. Select it and click OK. An import should already be added to 'link' the WSDL to the XML schema.

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