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5.4.3 Editors
As in other perspectives, there are numerous editors available that will be used
depending on the type of file you are opening. There are two editors we discuss
here that are really relevant to business integration:
򐂰 WSDL editor
The WSDL editor has been updated in this release, with the purpose of
making it easier to use. There is an overview on using the updated editor in
“Using the WSDL editor” on page 106.
򐂰 BPEL editor
The BPEL editor is a new editor that comes into this release with the support
for BPEL. You will find an overview on using the new editor in “Using the
BPEL editor” on page 119. The old FDML editor is still available and works
the same way as the previous release, so it will not be discussed in this
publication.
5.5 Using the WSDL editor
In this section we describe the elements of the editor and list the some of the
elements in a WSDL. We show how to create and change these elements within
the editor. It is assumed that the reader has basic knowledge of WSDLs and how
they should be used, as the descriptions we provide of WSDL elements are quite
brief. For an overview of WSDL see “Web Service Description Language
(WSDL)” on page 43.
Create transformer
service.
Creates mapping to transform one or more
input messages into one output message.
Generate deploy code. Generate deploy code for the service.
Generate service proxy. Generate a proxy for the enterprise service.
Generate helper classes. You use helper classes when you have
complex data types in an enterprise service
message.
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