Select the source location for the sample you want to add. This is a workspace resource such a sample data, WSDL, or an XSL file.
When you want to simulate process execution for a process with complex messages, you can generate sample data files for the messages. A sample data file is an XML file structured with message part elements or types that were defined in the schema declared in the WSDL namespace. The following is an example of a partial sample data file for a purchase order output message. Code similar to this example is automatically generated for you, based on the schema type or element.
<name>Jay Lor Jr.</name>
<street>100 My Street</street>
In Participants or Interfaces view, expand a message with a complex part, and select a message part for which you want to generate a sample XML data file.
Right-click on the message part and select
In the XML Data Wizard, fill in your preferences for generating the sample data. For details, see
Using the XML Data Wizard
Name the file, and save it to the
folder in your orchestration project.
You can generate multiple sample data files for the same message part. You can name the files uniquely, or you can use the same filename and store the files in different folders. Process Developer keeps track of file locations.