|Re: [wtp-dev] how to display a element from other spe in the wsdl editor|
As you have noticed, by design, the WSDL editor will only display components from the WSDL namespace in the design tab and outline view. The editor is trying to focus the user on the main editing activities: adding, modifying and removing WSDL services, port types, operations, parameters and bindings. Other components, like WSDL messages and bindings extensibility elements are considered secondary and most times are created automatically as side effects or explicitly (for example through the Generate binding content action). Advanced users who want to edit extensibility elements can do so in the properties view extensions tab or in source mode. The extensions tab and source mode are dynamic: they are guided by the XML schemas that describe various extensibility element namespaces. To get the most out of this, be sure to register the partner link schema with the XML catalog using this extension point org.eclipse.wst.xml.core.catalogContributions.
name="<schema target namespace>"
uri="<schema location>" />
I believe I have answered the port type to partner link port type rename refactoring question in this bug https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=202929#c6..
Rational XML Web Services Tools
grid qian ---11/13/2009 03:20:53 AM---Hi all, For now, I am working on extending the wsdl editor to support ws-bpel
From: grid qian <grid.qian@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: 11/13/2009 03:20 AM
Subject: [wtp-dev] how to display a element from other spe in the wsdl editor
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