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Edit WSDL Files with XMLSpy
The XMLSpy WSDL editor allows you to create, edit, visualize, and validate any WSDL file. WSDL is a language for describing Web services and is ideally suited as an interface definition language (IDL) for architecting Web services applications. By first building an interface, client and server programmers can implement their respective programming contract using any language or operating system, avoiding interoperability problems. XMLSpy helps you write and validate WSDL documents quickly and easily. The graphical WSDL editor displays the WSDL file structure as well as the WSDL elements grouped by operations, portTypes, bindings, and services. You can manipulate the file by dragging and dropping elements, and context-sensitive windows and entry helpers provide intelligent editing options.

Type: WSDL  #Views: 189  Category: Tool    

oXygen WSDL Editor
The editor is offering a way to edit the WSDL files that is similar to edit XML, the content completion being driven by a mix of the WSDL and SOAP Schema. While editing the Web-Services descriptors you can check their conformance to the WSDL and SOAP schema. You do not need to specify the schema location for the WSDL standard namespaces. Once defined a request derived from a Web Service descriptor you can save it and reuse it later. This way you will save the time in configuring the URLs and parameters.

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WSDL.EXE problem with BEA WSDL
As it turns out, using the 1.x builds of the .NET Framework, wsdl.exe (and VS.NET) are sometimes unable to process perfectly good WSDL documents generated from the latest versions of BEA WebLogic Workshop. If the WSDL contains multiple schemas, and any have the same targetNamespace as another, you'll get something like, "a schema with the namespace 'urn:foo-bar" has already been added."

Type: WSDL  #Views: 1330  Category: Tool    

Last Call: Web Services Description Language (WSDL) 2.0
The Web Services Description Working Group has published Last Call Working Drafts of the Web Services Description Language (WSDL) Version 2.0: Part 1: Core Language, Part 2: Predefined Extensions and Part 3: Bindings. WSDL is an XML language for describing network services. The drafts describe functionality, and define sequence, cardinality and criteria for conformant processors.

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W3C Issues Last Call Working Drafts for WSDL Version 2.0 Specifications
W3C Last Call Working Draft documents have been released for the Web Services Description Language (WSDL) specification Version 2.0. The documents have been authored by members of the Web Services Description Working Group, produced as part of the W3C Web Services Activity.

Type: WSDL  #Views: 532  Category: Resource    

Web services Programming Tips and Tricks: WSDL file imports
This tip explains the nuances of the two types of import statements found in a Web Services Description Language (WSDL) file. Import statements are easy, right? Just about every programming or interface language has them; and if you're reading this tip, you probably know everything there is to know about imports. So, why should you read a tip about Web Services Description Language (WSDL) file imports? For one thing, two types of import statements exist: XSD imports and WDSL imports. For another, their respective behaviors are not quite identical. Lastly, it's a good idea to know the relationship between the two.

Type: WSDL  #Views: 637  Category: TipsAndTricks    

WSDL Tales From The Trenches, Part 2
In a previous article ("WSDL Tales From the Trenches, Part 1"), I painted a big picture of web services design. As I said, Web Services Description Language (WSDL) only defines the syntax of how a web service may be invoked; it says nothing about its semantics. I will observe this distinction in what I say in this article about WSDL.

Type: WSDL  #Views: 577  Category: Article    

WSDL First
Web services vendors will tell you a story if you let them. "Web services are a cinch," they'll say. "Just write the same code you always do, and then press this button; presto, it's now a web service, deployed to the application server, with SOAP serializers, and a WSDL descriptor all written out."

Type: WSDL  #Views: 621  Category: Article    

WSDL Tales From the Trenches, Part 3
Namespaces were discussed briefly in the previous installment. There we asked the question, what goes into the WSD's target namespace. Here I address the question what goes into a W3C XML Schema namespace. The rules were briefly reviewed in the previous article, but here we go into more detail with the aid of some examples.

Type: WSDL  #Views: 549  Category: Article    

WSDL Tales From The Trenches, Part 1
In all the attention that has been lavished on web services, it is often difficult to distinguish between vision and reality. This series will be short on vision and long on reality. It will not provide an overview of WSDL, and it also assumes familiarity with W3C XML Schema. This first article in the series considers what sound software engineering practice and distributed computing experience offer to web service design.

Type: WSDL  #Views: 571  Category: Article    

WSDL: An Insight Out
Today programmers talk less about building applications from scratch; instead, they prefer to assemble applications from available third-party services through the Internet. Consider a scenario where you want to access a third-party remote service over the Internet for, say, credit card authorization. To do this, you need to know certain things such as the method signature (input/output parameters, and so forth); the protocol to be used (IIOP, SOAP, and so on); the network address; and the data format (encoding schemes). This is precisely what the Web Services Description Language (WSDL) specification defines in an XML format.

Type: WSDL  #Views: 738  Category: Resource    

WSDL Learning Guide
This guide presents WSDL articles, tutorials, examples, tips, tools, white papers, expert advice and more to pump up your WSDL know-how quickly.

Type: WSDL  #Views: 747  Category: Resource    

Nokia - example usage of WSDL
This section contains a WSDL service advertisement example.

Type: WSDL  #Views: 1302  Category: Example    

Basic WSDL Example: XMethods eBay Price Watcher Service
Before moving on to more complicated WSDL examples, let's examine another relatively simple one. Example 6-3 provides a WSDL file for the XMethods eBay Price Watcher Service. The service takes an existing eBay auction ID, and returns the value of the current bid.

Type: WSDL  #Views: 2007  Category: Example    

WSDL and Media types
This section contains a simple WSDL example.

Type: WSDL  #Views: 877  Category: Example    

Generating PHP SOAP Servers from WSDL with XSLT
WSDL is an XML format for describing web services. Constructing PHP clients from WSDL is no problem but as WSDL is uses XML schema (which is effectively strongly typed), the relationship between PHP and WSDL on the server side is not so fine. Rather than generating WSDL from a PHP server, this is an experiment in generating PHP from WSDL, with help from a little XSLT.

Type: WSDL  #Views: 1149  Category: Example    

Tips and Tricks: Fixing WSDL Reader Problems
At Tek-Tips.com, a pair of web services developers have asked for help solving an annoying WSDL reader problem which is keeping the WSDL file from reading a SOAP message (and/or the APIs). The problem is annoying, and the solution offered seems simple -- and it works.

Type: WSDL  #Views: 522  Category: TipsAndTricks    

Troubleshooting WSDL -- Best Practices, Common Mistakes
Now that W3C is only a month away from final adoption of specs for WSDL (Web Services Description Language), many developers have begun working to incorporate the technology into their Java and ASP/.NET development projects. This week, Integration Developer News takes a poll of the Best of the Web for helping enterprise developers avoid the most common snafus of WSDL use, highlighting articles that offer great hands-on advice for getting it right the first time.

Type: WSDL  #Views: 701  Category: TipsAndTricks    

Tip: Use XInclude to synchronize WSDL with source schemata
In the document/literal style of Web services, the schemas of the interchange formats are often based on an existing document standard. This can cause problems synchronizing WSDL files with the standard schemata. This tip shows how to use XInclude to incorporate external schema fragments into a WSDL file.

Type: WSDL  #Views: 594  Category: Tutorial    

Web Services User Guide
A Web service is a self-contained, modular application that can be accessed and used over a network connection using the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP), Web Services Description Language (WSDL), and Extensible Markup Language (XML) open standards. Regardless of the programming language in which it has been implemented, a Web service can be accessed from many different platforms and operating systems, thus greatly enhancing the ability for diverse applications to share data.

Type: WSDL  #Views: 676  Category: Article    

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