|A powerful tool for XML Encryption and XML Signature. End-to-end XML security is just a couple of functional calls with this COM object.
|XKMS 2.0 Client
|A client implementation of XML Key Management Specifications. Perform all PKI operation using simple web service calls.
|SOAP Attachment Tester
|The tool sends SOAP messages with attachment to a specified endpoint. Both MIME and DIME encoding supported.
|Google's cool web service interface can be accessed online here.
|Generic SOAP Client
|The client tool can build SOAP request messages automatically and allows you to access web services using a browser. The tool is widely interoperable with many SOAP implementations.
|SOAP Message Builder
|This tool allows you to construct various SOAP request messages and to validate SOAP services.
|Microsoft WSDL validation tool.
|A SOAP client that allows messages to be sent through intermediaries using WS-Routing protocol.
|Test XSLT transformations with a web browser (IE 5.5 and above requrired).
|This tool sends testing messages to remote web services. It can also be used to test any web services accepting random inputs. It has been used in our interoperability tests.
|Demonstrate how to secure SOAP messages using XML Encryption, XML Signature (XML-DSIG) and SOAP Security Extension (SOAP-DSIG).
|Send a SOAP message to weblog.com to notify changes in your site.
|SOAP Server Validation Tool
|A tool that sends pre-defined messages to a SOAP server and checks the returned values for errors.
|XMethod WSDL Analyzer
|This tool first validates the WSDL . If the tool encounters any issues during validation, you will see one or more error messages.
|ActiveState WSDL Validator
|Using this validator you can check your WSDL for conformance with the SOAP and WSDL RFC's
|Searching web services from UDDI registries.
|A new TopXML forum for articles, code samples, and utilities relating to SOAP, the Simple Object Access Protocol, and Web Services in general.
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