The WSDL | Generate Documentation command generates detailed documentation of the current WSDL file. You can output the documentation as an HTML, MS Word, RTF, or PDF file. The documentation generated by this command can be freely altered and used; permission from Altova to do so is not required. Documentation is generated for components you select in the WSDL Documentation dialog (which appears when you select the Generate Documentation command). Related components are hyperlinked in the onscreen output, enabling you to navigate from component to component. Note that WSDL documentation can also be generated for imported WSDL and XML Schema files. The various documentation-generation options are described in the section, Documentation Options.
|Note:||In order to generate documentation in MS Word format, you must have MS Word (version 2000 or later) installed.|
You can either use XMLSpy's fixed design for the generated document, or you can use a StyleVision SPS for the design. Using a StyleVision SPS enables you to customize the design of the generated documentation. How to do this is explained in the section, User-Defined Design.
|Note:||In order to use an SPS to generate WSDL documentation, you must have StyleVision installed on your machine.|