Daniel Dura

All About the Adobe Flash Platform

Reading a WSDL file…

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After trying to rap my head around the WSDL file provided by Amazon.com, I realized I was getting a headache. The WSDL file is what tells the flash remoting service how to send a proper request to the web service to recieve a response. Amazon provided no documentation on the utilization of their web service using this file.

So….I did a little googling and found this tool. When using the SOAP menu, you can really save yourself some time decrypting a WSDL file and finding out how to properly format your services request in actionscript.

Disclaimer: I am in no way affiliated with this company, I just thought they offered a good product. It goes a little overboard for my needs, but the 30 day trial worked for me.

Written by Daniel Dura

July 17th, 2002 at 7:43 pm

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