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From Gilbert Pilz <>
Subject Re: soap message creation
Date Wed, 19 Jan 2011 00:27:53 GMT
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    <font face="Calibri">soapUI (<a href=""></a>)
      is a great tool. You create a new project, specify an initial
      WSDL, and it auto-generates sample requests for you. You can then
      use the UI to send the request and examine the response, etc.<br>
      Although what you want to do is less than 1% of what soapUI *can*
      do, it's very good at making the simple things simple.<br>
      FYI: I have no relationship to this tool or the company that
      supports it other than that of a happy user . . .<br>
      Gilbert Pilz | Consulting Member, Technical Staff | Middleware
      Standards | Oracle Corporation<br>
    On 1/18/2011 11:17 AM, henry human wrote:
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                      style="font-size: 14px; line-height: 16px;">Hi<br
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                      I am looking for any free JAVA or not JAVA
                      tool(command line Tool or well documented API/
                      framework..) to generate SOAP messages from a
                      given WSDL. For example run the tool from command
                      line and give the path to the wsdl file or call
                      tool in code and give the path to the wsdl file to
                      create a soap message.Maybe someone has
                      implemented such tool and can give a hint.<br
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