Most of the examples in the book required the generation of a WSDL file. Since this file is unique for every Web server, you’ll likely find that you need to generate many WSDL files as you create SOAP applications. Some people may find that they don’t like the Microsoft version of the tool. The psWSDL Wizard from Phalanx Systems (http://www.phalanxsys.com/soap/wsdlwiz.htm) represents an alternative to the Microsoft option.
Using this wizard is relatively easy. You follow the five-step process listed below (I’ll assume you have the psSOAP WSDL Wizard installed).
Start the application. Click OK to get past the first dialog. You’ll see a dialog similar to the one shown in Figure C.12.
Figure C.12. psWSDL Wizard looks much like ...