Map Services and Ports Page

Relevant for: API testing only

This wizard page enables you to map a port or service from the new WSDL, with the original WSDL's service name and port. This page is repeated for each of the services for which there is a conflict.

Important information

General information about this wizard is available here: Update Step/Activity Wizard.

Wizard map

This wizard contains:

Map Services and Ports Page > Finish Page

User interface elements are described below (unlabeled elements are shown in angle brackets):

UI Elements

Description

Show Match -->

Shows the service/port in the Available Services and Ports pane, that is mapped to the service/port selected in the Original Service and Ports pane.

<-- Show Match

Shows the service/port in the Original Service and Ports pane, that is mapped to the service/port selected in the Available Services and Ports pane.

Map

Maps the selected service/port in the Original Service and Ports pane, to a service/port in the Available Services and Ports pane. After you map a service/port, the grid displays it in green.

Note: This button is enabled only if you select a red or black service/port in the Original Service and Ports pane, and a service/port in the Available Services and Ports pane.

Unmap

Removes the mapping of the selected service/port in the Original Service and Ports pane, from a service/port in the Available Services and Ports pane.

Note: This button is only enabled if you select the mapped service/port in both panes. To find the mapped service/port, use the Show Match buttons.

<mapped property list>

A list of all the mapped services and ports—the ones mapped automatically by UFT and the ones mapped manually.

Tip: Click on a set of services and ports to highlight them in the upper panes.

Available Services and Ports

A tree hierarchy of all of the available services and ports. The services and ports displayed in green text did not change in the update.

Original Service and Ports

A tree hierarchy of the first service or port for which a conflict was found. As you click Next, the wizard proceeds to the next conflict. The wizard displays the services and ports in the following colors:

Green. A service or port that did not change in the update or that was resolved through mapping.

Red. A services or port that changed during the update and requires mapping.

Black. A service or port that was resolved automatically during the update, but you chose to unmap it.