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WSDL Smoke Test Scenarios

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WTP WSDL Smoke Test Scenarios

WSDL Editor and Validator tests:

Open and Close Editor
Ensure views are maintained
Add Tests
Port Type
Modify names
Selection Tests
Synchronization between views (Properties, Graph, Source, Outline)
Delete Tests
Delete service/port/binding/messages
Drag and Drop
Elements in a sequence
Source Editing
As you type validation (no red squiggles see
Content Assist
Context Menus
Add and delete extensions (SOAP/HTML/MIME)
Add attributes
Rename a Port Type
File creation & saving
Save/Save As
Close without saving
Open existing file
Create new file using new WSDL file wizard
Disconnected mode
launch the editor on an inline schema and edit it
lanuch the editor on an external schema
test show preview
WSDL preferences are under Web Services->WSDL Files
Modify the default values and ensure they are being respected
Modify the default target namespace
Modify the Regenerate bindings on save preference (broken now see
Modify the Prompt regenerate bindings on save preference (broken now see
Modify the Unused Imports preference (New to 3.0.1) Test that unused WSDL and XSD imports are removed
See also
Click here to view smoke test scenarios for WTP 1.5.
Click here to view smoke test scenarios for WTP 2.0.
Click here to view WTP smoke test results.
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