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Accessing WSDLs
There are three ways you can access WSDL files:
Download WSDLs to local and open them immediately after generation
Access WSDLs directly through WSDL URLs
For each supported API of a receiver, QXI provides a URL through which you can directly access its corresponding WSDL file on the fly, also with the option to include or exclude the SOAP header.
The WSDL URL without SOAP header can be directly exposed to QAD BPM and other applications for integration purposes. It provides the most efficient way for QAD BPM to access and consume WSDL documents that define the services it will use as part of the business process being developed in its development environment.
Access WSDLs by navigating the WSDL access pages
QXI provides you with modules, receivers, and APIs screens that let you easily browse, locate, and access all available WSDL URLs. A bread crumb trail is displayed on each screen to tell you where you are in the hierarchy and let you navigate to a higher-level screen.
Modules screen (http://<hostname>:<tomcat_port>/<QXI webapp>/wsdl): Lists all the supported modules from which you can drill down to the Receivers screen. This is the main WSDL entry page.

Modules Screen
Receivers screen (http://<hostname>:<tomcat_port>/<QXI webapp>/wsdl/ModuleName): Lists all the available receivers of a specified module from which you can drill down to the APIs screen.

Receivers Screen
APIs screen (http://<hostname>:<tomcat_port>/<QXI webapp>/wsdl/ModuleName/ReceiverName): Lists all the supported APIs, including System APIs, of a specified receiver from which you can access WSDL URLs. In the Use SOAP Headers column, click Yes to access WSDL file with SOAP header and No to access WSDL file without SOAP header.
Currently, only QDoc 1.1 is supported on this screen.

APIs Screen
You can configure Tomcat security settings to control access to each of the Modules, Receivers, and APIs screens.