Testing SOAP/WSDL based web services using ScenarioBuilder.
The current version of ScenarioBuilder does not support WSDL-type web services. However, you can still use a third party application that can get you the request and response formats of a web service from its WSDL. We recommend using a Chrome extension called "Boomerang - SOAP & REST Client". You can download it from the following link: Boomerang - SOAP & REST Client.
It is an easy to use SOAP & REST Client that can parse the WSDL file to get you the format of the requests/responses of a web service. Then, you can use ScenarioBuilder to test the web service.
Please follow the steps below to learn how to use Boomerang – SOAP & REST Client extension to test SOAP & REST services.
1. Once you add the extension to the browser, go to the apps and select Boomerang.
2. Next, click Create New Project.
3. Enter a name for your project and then click OK.
4. Click Create a Service.
5. In this step, select SOAP.
6. Enter your WSDL URL. In this example, http://wsf.cdyne.com/WeatherWS/Weather.asmx?WSDL
7. Enter a name for your service and then click Add.
8. In this example, we want to get the city weather by the zip code.
9. Hover over and then click GetCityWeatherByZIP.
10. Click Create request.
Here you can modify the request.
11. In this example, we will put a zip code instead of “?” (i.e. 90041).
12. Once you are done with editing the request, click Send.
Here is the response: