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tool(s) for development/debugging a webservice

 
Aditya Kumar
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Hi,

I am a developer and have recently started coding web services (on weblogic). In our development environment, the way we do it is after coding is done we fire a sample request and check the response. For this we use a "in-house" tool that basically accepts an XML SOAP request and the webservice (.jws) URL.

My question is -- do we have better tools for this purpose? How do web service developers generally go about doing Unit testing/debugging?

Responses appreciated.

- Aditya
 
Vijay Kumar
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Hi Sachin,
you can use TCPMON for incoming and outgoing SOAP responses.
Tcpmon

Regards
Vijay
 
John Bengler
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Hi!

Maybe you should have a look at SoapUI. I use it often to create SOAP Requests and it is also possible to generate Test Suites out of the created Requests.

SoapUI

John
 
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