developerWorks: Deploying Web services with WSDL: Part 1

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted May 6, 2002


"The purpose of WSDL is to 'describe' your Web services." This article introduces the Web Services Markup Language (WSDL) and how to manually create a WSDL interface.

Currently, the most popular binding technique is to use the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP). WSDL will specify a SOAP server that has access to the actual implementation of your Web service, and from there it is entirely SOAP's job to take the user from the WSDL file to its implementation. ...
The purpose of WSDL is to 'describe' your Web services. This article introduces the Web Services Markup Language (WSDL) and how to manually create a WSDL interface.

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