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Creating ABL Clients to Consume OpenEdge SOAP Web Services : Creating an ABL Client from WSDL : Using the WSDL Analyzer : Running the WSDL Analyzer
Running the WSDL Analyzer
To run the WSDL Analyzer, enter the bprowsdldoc command on your operating system command line using the following syntax:
   [ -h ]|{[option]...wsdl-url-or-filename[target-directory]}
Note: Use the command window (shell) opened by the proenv command tool to enter this command with the correct path settings.
Displays a help message on the usage of this command.
Specifies one of the following command options:
| -nohostverify
| -nosessionreuse
| -WSDLUserid username
| -WSDLPassword password
| -proxyhost host
| -proxyport port
| -proxyUserid username
| -proxyPassword password
| -show100style
| -noint64
Forces documentation of binding names.
-nohostverify | -nosessionreuse
Turns off host verification and reuse of session IDs for HTTPS connections.
-WSDLUserid username| -WSDLPassword password
Provides access to a secured WSDL file.
-proxyhost host| -proxyport port| -proxyUserid username| -proxyPassword password
Specifies a proxy for the connection and provides access to a secure proxy.
Shows procedure and function signatures as documented in the 10.0x releases of OpenEdge. For more information, see Analyzing wrapped document literal.
Prior to OpenEdge Version 10.1B, the ABL INT64 data type did not exist and the WDSL Analyzer mapped XML Schema types of xsd:long to the ABL DECIMAL data type. Use this option if you want to use the xsd:long to ABL DECIMAL mapping. Otherwise, xsd:long maps to INT64. The current version of OpenEdge continues to recognize existing mappings of xsd:long to DECIMAL as valid whether or not this option is specified.
Specifies a URL, Microsoft Uniform Naming Convention (UNC), or local pathname to the WSDL file.
Specifies a the target directory where the WSDL Analyzer writes the generated pages. This defaults to the current working directory.
For more information on the bprowsdldoc command, see The WSDL Analyzer.