Information on WSDL (Web Services Description Language)
WSDL (Web Services Description Language) provides a means
based on XML by which the capabilities of a web
server can be described. WSDL describes web services
in terms of a set of end points that accept
requests and issue responses. A WSDL document specifies
the server providing the services, the binding of the services
provided to the services and the message formats used for
requests and responses.
WSDL is used in UDDI (WHAT
IS THIS??), and in conjunction with SOAP, HTTP and MIME.
Other topics in our resources on XML related to WSDL include:
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