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Generating PHP SOAP Servers from WSDL with XSLT

 

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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.

 

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