The following steps describe how to import WSDL files into a Silverlight Vuser script, manually or automatically. Alternatively, you can disable WSDL files and generate soap requests. All of these options are performed in the Silverlight > Services node of the Recording Options Dialog Box. For user interface details, see Silverlight > Services Recording Options.
To configure VuGen to automatically detect the WSDL files used by your script and attempt to locate them, select Use WSDL files included in the script and Automatically detect WSDL files and import services during code generation. If a WSDL is detected that cannot be imported, you will be notified in the Code Generation Notifications box.
You can manually locate WSDL files in a number of ways from the Add Service Dialog Box. To locate a WSDL file whose URL is known, use the URL option. If the WSDL file is on your local machine, you the File option. To search for the WSDL in the WSDL History (a list of previously imported WSDLs), select Previously Imported and click ... to open the list.
For user interface details, see Add / Edit Services Dialog Box.
You can disable WSDL files and generate SOAP requests instead. This results in a lower level script, however it does increase the performance of your script. To disable WSDL files, select Do not use WSDL files.