The Web Services Explorer provides form and source views for working with Web
service SOAP requests and responses. It used to only provides the means for
working with the contents of the SOAP body.
Now, the Web Services Explorer can work with the SOAP header as well.
Web services pop-ups now takes custom types
Adopters of the Web services creation framework can now
use the same Web services pop-ups provided by the framework
to process their custom types. They just need to provide an IAdapterFactory
that adapts that custom type to IFile or String and register the factory
with the Platform's AdapterManager (or extends the
extension). The Web services pop-ups that currently take advantage of this
look up mechanism are:
Web service wizard,
Web service client wizard, and
Test with Web Services Explorer
Please note that there might be sematic changes
post WTP 2.0 to change the type of object the custom type should be adapted to.
New Internet preferences
The Internet preference page that used to be under
Internet->Proxy Settings is now under