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Unfortunately SoapUI is too strict about SSL certificate validation. SWIS uses a self-signed certificate that does not match the hostname of the server. Most tools have a way to turn down this validation, but I can't find that option for SoapUI. How about something like curl (use "-k" on the command line) or Chrome Postman (visit the URL in a regular Chrome browser tab and accept the SSL warning to prepare it)? I have successfully tested SWIS with these tools.
Thanks for the Immediate response. My main idea is to import this into Sopa UI and extract the WSDL file . I would need the WSDL file to import it into my application ( Operation Orchestration ) which is used to automate IPAM activities . I am getting the same error message over there as well.
please find the details of what we are trying to achieve with IPAM .
We wanted to use the IPAM API and call it from our automation tool . From one of the forums I found out that http:// is the wsdl url for the IPAM .
However when we try to open it we are getting the following java error.
We would like to know if there is wsdl file that you can provide IPAM or Is there any command line option available to control IPAM application .