This online SOAP client allows you to test SOAP API. You can test local or public SOAP API.
This tool allows to send requests from your browser (local and custom API) or from our server (public API). If you want check local API, you must allow CORS in your SOAP API (more informations about CORS).
You can load your WSDL in order to retrieve functions list, and generate XML requests. It is a beta version, it does not completely handle all WSDL / XSD rules.
You can also call your SOAP webservice without load a WSDL, in this case go to request section below.
You can consult the user guide to help you to use this soap test online tool. This tool does not work on IE.
How to load a WSDL:
You must fill WSDL field, and click on "load WSDL" button.
How to load a SOAP request:
The web services are listed, you can click on a web service name to display its functions.
You must click on + in order to create a new SOAP request for a specif function.
You must click on x in order to remove a SOAP request or a web service.
The requests posted at the bottom are the request not attached to a loaded web service.
how to make a soap call:
You can save your SOAP request by clicking on "save" button. You can also duplicate your SOAP request by clicking on "copy" button.
Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) allows a Web application running on one domain to access resources on a Web site in another domain.
You can allow CORS in your SOAP API, example for CORS in php:
If you can not enabled CORS in the SOAP web service, you must check "Send REST API Request from our Server" in order to send request from server instead of from your browser.
If you want to know more about Cross-Origin Resource Sharing: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTTP/CORS
You can save your favorite soap requests so that you will find it during your next visits.
Be careful, It is a local backup in your browser, it can be deleted at any time by your browser.
SOAP is an application communication protocol, it is a format for sending and receiving messages based on Extensible Markup Language (XML). SOAP is extremely powerful, it provides a way to communicate between applications running on different operating systems. SOAP allows to invoke web services independent of language and platforms!
The Web Services Description Language (WSDL) is an XML-based interface definition language that is used for describing a web service. WSDL file provides a description of how the service can be called (parameters it expects, and data structures).