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    under review  ·  2 comments  ·  Silk Test Feature Request  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Aron commented  · 

    There is a way to do this in Silk Test (.net) I realize thats not the same thing as in Silk4Test.
    In the .net SDK there is a file called WSDL.exe This takes a WSDL and allows it to compile a library in either c# or vb.net. I can then take the vb.net file it generates and past it into a Silk Test Script. (The Silk Test script gives me errors viewing the file, but it complies fine).
    This then allows me to run anything through the WSDL and capture the values back in its on variable. (which I then can check).

    The only thing I wish is that this WSDL file was turned into some tool for Silk Test, which would allow you to do it with out downloading the full .net SDK.

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