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Creating ABL Clients to Consume OpenEdge SOAP Web Services : Creating an ABL Client from WSDL : Using the WSDL Analyzer : Understanding the WSDL Analyzer output : Data types page
Data types page
For all the complex types defined in the WSDL file, the WSDL Analyzer generates a single data types page that contains detailed information on each complex type, whether or not they are actually used in the Web service. The following figure shows an example of the information from a data type page.
Figure 14. WSDL Analyzer data types page (summary list)
Note: This page only describes complex XML data types that cannot be represented as temp-tables or ProDataSets. It does not describe standard XML Schema types. For information on how XML Schema types map to ABL data types, see Mapping XML Schema data types to ABL data types. When the WSDL Analyzer identifies a complex type that maps to a temp-table or ProDataSet, it documents the ABL object and an example of its SOAP representation for the appropriate parameter, SOAP header entry, or SOAP fault detail in the port type page. For more information on how the WSDL Analyzer maps and documents temp-table and ProDataSet representations of complex types, see Analyzing complex data.