WSDL (Web Services Description Language) News
September 09, 2008
WSDL definitions, schema, PortTypes, bindings, messages, and services are graded for quality by a product known as WSDL Report Card. The Report Card is intended to end squabbles between developers and QA teams. School's in!
August 07, 2008
Amazon Mechanical Turk now offers Graphical User Interface (GUI) tools for business analysts and users seeking to better integrate people into Web 2.0 workflow processes.
July 08, 2008
WSO2 uses Semantic Web Resource Description Framework triples concepts developed by W3C to express service policies and dependencies inside an SOA registry.
June 25, 2008
Eclipse Ganymede offers new WSDL features and enhancements to the Web Tools Platform designed to make life easier for developers working of SOA projects.
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The Web Services Description Language (WSDL) is an XML-based language used to describe the services a business offers and to provide a way for individuals and other businesses to access those services electronically. Continue Reading
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Semantic, messaging and bindings changes highlight what's new in WSDL 2.0. Continue Reading
The number of standards and specifications for Web services messaging may seem overwhelming, but Forrester analyst Randy Heffner has narrowed it down to a few for tech conservatives and a few more for the more daring. Continue Reading
Four years of work have gone into creating a better version of WSDL, but it now faces questions as to whether it has changed too much and become too theoretical for practical usage. Continue Reading
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This detailed WSDL template contains sections for service identification, function requirements, a change log, provider information, dependency information and assets. Continue Reading
In order to obtain metadata description capabilities for REST, like the ones WSDL gives to SOAP, developers have created WADL (Web Application Description Language). Continue Reading
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Anne Thomas Manes defines when to use a WSDL and describes the differences between WSDL 1.1 and 2.0. Continue Reading
Anne Thomas Manes discusses how SOAP and WSDL compliment each other for Web services. Continue Reading
In this tip, an alternate approach to deploying a Web services compliant architecture named Representational State Transfer (REST) is discussed. Continue Reading