You can call a SOAP service that is not defined with a WSDL document by entering the information needed to configure the SOAP request.
You can use a known SOAP request envelope for that service to get the information you need to configure your own call to that service.
For example, if you had the following SOAP request envelope, you could configure a Profiled Service Call to the target method by extracting the values of the following elements in the SOAP envelope/request:
<ns1: getServiceResponsePublic xmlns:ns1=" urn:MyBubble- SoapServices"
<service Name xsi:type="xsd:string">Meaning</serviceName>
In this example, the following line represents an argument:
Name = inputText
Type = string
Value = permeate
Parent topic: Profiled Service Call builder