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The original post said you were using Postman or had something for Postman.
Did you install Postman?
Save the wsdl to your computer.
Open Postman. Select Import. Drag and drop the wsdl into POSTMAN.
With the "working locally" version of Postman, it creates a new collection with all the Requests that it parses from the WSDL.
Using that information, you can build your HTTP request.
I found the Code Snippet feature in Postman to be very helpful in getting the requests to work on the iSeries.
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From: MIDRANGE-L <midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> On Behalf Of (WalzCraft) Jerry Forss
Sent: Friday, August 5, 2022 6:43 AM
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Subject: RE: External Re: Web Service Error using Postman and RPG
Ok, really a dumb question. What is the best way, when I get a WSDL from a carrier or any other web service provider, to see/interpret the WSDL? Just getting the raw WSDL doesn't help me much when I a
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Ok, really a dumb question.
What is the best way, when I get a WSDL from a carrier or any other web service provider, to see/interpret the WSDL?
Just getting the raw WSDL doesn't help me much when I am trying to figure out what it all contains.
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