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Creating ABL Clients to Consume OpenEdge SOAP Web Services : Creating an ABL Client from WSDL : Using the WSDL Analyzer : Analyzing wrapped document literal : WSDL Analyzer documentation options
WSDL Analyzer documentation options
By default, the WSDL Analyzer documents all Wrapped Doc/Lit operations using an unwrapped form. In most cases, this is the simplest form to work with in ABL.
However, versions of the WSDL Analyzer prior to OpenEdge Release 10.1 document Wrapped Doc/Lit operations using only the wrapped form. So, for backward compatibility, you can tell the WSDL Analyzer to document these operations using the wrapped form by specifying the -show100style command-line option when you run the WSDL Analyzer (see Running the WSDL Analyzer).
If any operations within a port type use the Wrapped Doc/Lit convention, the WSDL Analyzer writes a note at the top of the port type page, indicating that you can rerun the WSDL Analyzer with the -show100style option to generate the operation signatures as in OpenEdge releases prior to Release 10.1A.