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icon5.gif  Eclipse WSDL Editor: How to modify the Default WSDL Skeleton and Templates [message #1750980] Tue, 03 January 2017 11:06
Wouter Amerijckx is currently offline Wouter AmerijckxFriend
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Dear all,

I'm wondering whether it's possible to modify the default WSDL skeleton and related templates for the Eclipse WSDL Editor?

More specifically, I'd like:
- all request & response messages' body element parts to be called 'request' and 'response', respectively by default (instead of 'parameters'),
- a particular element to be defined in the inline XSD schema of a WSDL by default (with the element type imported from an external XSD file), and
- each service operation to use a custom, implicit request header by default.

Is this (partly) possible?

If not: I already tried to create a template WSDL file with the above features to be opened in the WSDL Editor and afterwards modified. After opening this file in the graphical WSDL editor view, I tried to copy/paste the template operation in order to create a new operation with the predefined part names and header but didn't manage to do this. Is this possible?

Thanks in advance for your help!

Best regards,
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