If the WSDL file is not defined, or if the WSDL parameters cannot be edited, the XML body of the message may be defined manually.
To do this, edit either the XML text or the XML tree.
This tab allows the user to edit the XML text.
This tab is used to edit the nodes of the XML tree using the open tree view. The variable picker in this view makes it especially useful when using variables.
If a node value contains a variable, and this variable is already encoded, the option not to encode it XML-wise is available. In this case, NeoLoad adds the attribute
NeoLoad-encode="false" to the corresponding node, visible in the XML text tab view. This additional attribute will be deleted during the XML encoding phase of the test and will not be sent to the server.
The Security tab can be used to link a request security profile and response security profile to a SOAP request:
For more information about creating request and response security profiles, see Web Services Security.
This tab provides a read-only preview of the body of the request to be sent.
The variables are interpreted and the carriage returns deleted.