Verastream Process Designer
To resolve this issue, you can use a separate tool (such as Verastream Process Designer or soapUI) to convert and re-export the WSDL, then import the converted WSDL in your third-party tool.
Conversion with Verastream Process Designer
Verastream Process Designer (VPD) is a separate product used to orchestrate multiple web services. You can download a time-limited evaluation (trial) version at https://www.attachmate.com/Evals/legacy-app-modernization/vpd/eval-form.htm. After installing VPD, use the following steps to convert the Verastream Host Integrator WSDL:
- Run the Design Studio application.
- Create a new project. Enter a project name.
- Import the VHI web service (in the New Project wizard, or click File > Import Service). For more information on the WSDL location, see KB 7021550.
- All internal references are automatically converted to local references, and are stored in the project imports subfolder (such as C:\Users\<username>\Documents\Attachmate\Verastream\ProcessDesigner\workspace\<project>\imports on Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Server 2012, or Windows Server 2008).
- Import these file(s) into your third-party tool.
Conversion with soapUI
The soapUI open source tool is available from http://www.soapui.org/ or http://sourceforge.net/projects/soapui/. After installing soapUI, use the following steps to convert the Verastream Host Integrator WSDL:
- Create a new soapUI project.
- Enter a project name.
- Enter the VHI service WSDL. For more information on the WSDL location, see KB 7021550.
- In the project tree, within the new project, right click the WSDL port binding. Click Export Definition.
- Select the output folder. The WSDL is exported, including its dependencies, with internal references converted to local file references.
- Import these output file(s) into your third-party tool.