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Could someone please, tell me how I can download just only CreateIncident wsdl in RemedyForce? There is link to download entreprise or partner wsdl but all I want is just the wsdl for the CreateIndex Apex class? Any help will be highly appreciated.

Regards, Ola.

  • Are you intending to invoke the reduced WSDL from Apex? If so, I have a tool that allows you to select which methods you want to generate from the WSDL. Let me know if this is the case. – Daniel Ballinger Dec 31 '14 at 8:26
  • @Daniel, Yes, please. Could you please, give me more information about the tool? Thank you. – Hola AKIN Jan 8 '15 at 4:38
  • Most of the details are in my Dreamforce presentation. You can get the tool from fuseit.com/explorer. Use the WSDL2Apex tab and only check which methods you want to generate code for. – Daniel Ballinger Jan 8 '15 at 9:12
  • Hi Daniel, I know Fuseit.com but I will go there to look for this tool that you talked about. the wsdl is now working but how can I get it to store data into Salesforce? It is storing data into the other application. I tested it using execute anonymous. I want the wsdl/the integration to be used when an incident in created in Salesforce/RemedyForce so that the same record can be created in the other application (JTrac) and I want the record in Salesforce/RemedyForce to be updated when the record in the other application is updated. How can I accomplish this? Thank you. – Hola AKIN Jan 8 '15 at 11:23
  • Is JTrac a native Salesforce application? If so, then the FuseIT tool can create Apex code to interact with the required SOAP based web services from the WSDL. If not, then you will need something else to modify the WSDL as required. – Daniel Ballinger Jan 8 '15 at 21:50
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You download the WSDL and comment out any unrelated classes / methods that you do not need.

This leaves only the methods / classes you will be using and will reduce the code you need to cover during test methods.

Unless a WSDL for the SPECIFIC method is provided this will be the only way to do it.

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  • @Hola AKIN - Even then you'll still have the trouble of dealing with the login bits that are in the partner and enterprise WSDL. Makes more sense to just do what Eric says here and download the enterprise and strip it down to what you need. – drakored Dec 30 '14 at 17:38
  • the wsdl is now working but how can I get it to store data into Salesforce? It is storing data into the other application. I tested it using execute anonymous. I want the wsdl/the integration to be used when an incident in created in Salesforce/RemedyForce so that the same record can be created in the other application (JTrac) and I want the record in Salesforce/RemedyForce to be updated when the record in the other application is updated. How can I accomplish this? Thanks – Hola AKIN Jan 8 '15 at 6:20

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