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# BioCatalogue: WSDLUtils Service # # Copyright (c) 2009-2011, University of Manchester, The European Bioinformatics # Institute (EMBL-EBI) and the University of Southampton. # See license.txt for details Introduction ------------ The WSDLUtils Service was developed by Dan Mowbray for the EMBRACE web services registry and is now being used in the BioCatalogue web services registry. Functions --------- The WDSDLUtils Service has two main functions: - parse a WDSL file into a format that is consumable by the BioCatalogue registry - track changes in a WSDL document Installation ------------ The utilities in this Service are written in PHP and hence would run on a web server with PHP enabled. The following PHP libraries are required to be installed: - php-xml - php-xml-parser - php-xml-serializer - php-xml-util To deploy the code, run the following in document root of the your web server (e.g.: /var/www/. [sudo] git clone https://github.com/myGrid/WSDLUtils.git The library will reside in a folder called "WSDLUtils". To test your installation, call the parse utility as follow: http://<my server root>/WSDLUtils/WSDLUtils.php?method=parse&wsdl_uri="my test wsdl uri" Using the Service in BioCatalogue for Parsing --------------------------------------------- Set the WSDLUtils parser location in "config/initializers/biocat_local.rb" Example WSDLUTILS_BASE_URI = 'http://test.biocatalogue.org/WSDLUtils/WSDLUtils.php' Use the Service in the application in the following way: BioCatalogue::WSDLUtils::WSDLParser.parse("wsdl_url") where "wsdl_url" is the wsdl you want to parse. You could test this in the rails console as well. Resources --------- Complete documentation by the author is available at http://www.biocatalogue.org/wiki/doku.php?id=development:wsdl_parsing TODO ---- Extend this README for the WSDL tracking function.