The WSDL Visual Studio Extension allows WSDL 1.1 and 2.0 documents to be viewed and edited within the Microsoft Visual Studio Environment.
The WSDL file can either be edited via the graphical editor or in the code view.
Avro View in XMLSpy displays the Avro data structures in an easy-to-read tabular format.
The Blocks pane organizes the data into manageable groups can be expanded or collapsed.
This tool allows you to browse a web service, select a web method, call the method and view the results.
Once a web method is selected, the tool automatically creates the SOAP envelope and generates a request message based on the description within the web service description (WSDL).
View and edit annotations (schema documentation) for the selected schema item.
These comments can then picked up by other tools, XML Editors, Validators, XSD generated documentation etc.You can then change this request, setting your own values.The web request can then be saved, so it can be re-used later, very useful in a testing and development environment.The validation and processing in XMLSpy are powered by the Altova Raptor XML engine, which was written from the ground up to provide the closest possible standards conformance coupled with fast speeds.However, because Raptor XML Server can utilize the processing power afforded by multi-CPU, multi-core servers, it can validate and process large jobs much faster than via single-core execution on the CPU in the developer’s machine.This powerful graphical JSON schema editor integrates into Microsoft Visual Studio providing the same rich editing environment you get within Liquid Studio.