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Re: [soapbuilders] addition to WSDL spec?

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  • Simon Fell
    I d say extensions are meaningless, it should have a documented mime type. Cheers Simon
    Message 1 of 58 , Apr 20, 2001
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      I'd say extensions are meaningless, it should have a documented mime
      type.

      Cheers
      Simon


      On Fri, 20 Apr 2001 02:45:55 -0500, in soap you wrote:

      >hi guys,
      >
      >i'd like to suggest that the WSDL specification is
      >updated to state that all files that contain WSDL
      >should end with a ".wsdl" extension.
      >
      >right now, there is no consistency in the community
      >- some people use .xml, some use ?wsdl, etc. etc.
      >
      >other standard formats seem to have a standard extension,
      >and i don't think that WSDL should be an exception.
      >
      >comments?
      >
      >cheers,
      >graham
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    • Frystyk
      Cool - thanks :) ... kQuoteService.wsdl ... That makes sense to me. ... As this is a hint, it should be safe to ignore ... Henrik
      Message 58 of 58 , Apr 22, 2001
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        Cool - thanks :)

        >done. URL is up:
        >http://services.soaplite.com/import.cgi?http://www.xmethods.net/sd/Stoc
        kQuoteService.wsdl
        >
        >two questions:
        >1. what should be content type? I'm using text/xml now.

        That makes sense to me.

        >2. What should I do with namespace attribute on import
        >element? I'm ignoring it right now.

        As this is a hint, it should be safe to ignore

        >Would be great if someone will test it and let me know. Thank you.

        Henrik
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