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developer:soap_wsdls [2011/03/02 13:25]
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 A WSDL document describes a web service. A WSDL binding describes how the service is bound to a messaging protocol, particularly the SOAP messaging protocol. A WSDL SOAP binding can be either a Remote Procedure Call (RPC) style binding or a document style binding. A SOAP binding can also have an encoded use or a literal use. This gives you four style/use models: A WSDL document describes a web service. A WSDL binding describes how the service is bound to a messaging protocol, particularly the SOAP messaging protocol. A WSDL SOAP binding can be either a Remote Procedure Call (RPC) style binding or a document style binding. A SOAP binding can also have an encoded use or a literal use. This gives you four style/use models:
  
-   - [[RPC/encoded]] +   - [[RPC encoded]] 
-   - [[RPC/literal]] +   - [[RPC literal]] 
-   - [[Document/encoded]] +   - [[Document encoded]] 
-   - [[Document/literal]]+   - [[Document literal]]
  
 Add to this collection a pattern which is commonly called the document/​literal wrapped pattern and you have five binding styles to choose from when creating a WSDL file.  Add to this collection a pattern which is commonly called the document/​literal wrapped pattern and you have five binding styles to choose from when creating a WSDL file. 
developer/soap_wsdls.txt · Last modified: 2011/03/02 13:47 by irina

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