it seems that WSDL 1.1 means that your parts (as text/html,
image/gif and text/xml)
a) either would be automatically enclosed in a MIME
b) or at least one should be present.
I cannot think of other meaninng of "they are considered to be
I tend to guess that b) is closer to the authors' intent. Try
asking on the wsdl list, though. (firstname.lastname@example.org
On Thu, 27 Sep 2001, Mark Piller wrote:
> hi guys,
> here's a question about wsdl spec. at the bottom of the section 5.2
> ("How the MIME Binding extends WSDL") there is the following statement:
> "MIME elements appear under input and output to specify the MIME format.
> If multiple appear, they are considered to be alternatives."
> let's say i have 3 mime:content elements in the output section of an
> operation. each mime:content element contains a different content type
> and refers to a different part. given this scenario and the statement
> above, what would it all mean? here's an example:
> <binding name="b1" type="tns:pt1">
> <operation name="GetCompanyInfo">
> <http://example.com/GetCompanyInfo> >
> <mime:content part="arg1" type="text/html"/>
> <mime:content part="arg2" type="image/gif"/>
> <mime:content part="arg3" type="text/xml"/>
> <soap:body parts="body" use="encoded"/>