Executing Web services – a generic MDT script

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  1. Arunima says:

    I would like you to check “srjtester” tool available on github (github.com/arunimarastogi/srjtester)  for an easy approach.  Currently this tool is looking to build attachments with webservices call.  for all other it should work.

  1. November 10, 2014

    […] In the last post I showed a new script I just published using a more generic approach. It can be used to call (almost) any web service method that returns none or a single value. All you need to supply is the name of the section with the web service definition. There are a couple other parameters you can use if necessary see this post for further reference. […]

  2. November 10, 2014

    […] In the last post I showed a new script I just published using a more generic approach. It can be used to call (almost) any web service method that returns none or a single value. All you need to supply is the name of the section with the web service definition. There are a couple other parameters you can use if necessary see this post for further reference. […]

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