On Wed, 14 May 2003 10:11:20 -0700, in ws you wrote:
>I was trying to use the Document/literal style test cases for DIME described
>in this WSDL document <http://www.pocketsoap.com/interop/dime-doc.wsdl>
>in order to verify interoperation and observed that the wsdl has used
>"restriction" for the base64Binary datatype. As base64Binary is a primitive
>datatype defined in XML Schema Part 2 Datatypes, primitive types are not
>supposed to contain "restriction". For this reason we get SAXException while
>parsing the wsdl.
Do you have a pointer to the docs for that ?, I don't remember
anything in the xml schema spec that says you can't restrict simple
types, and in fact the first sample simple type is a restriction, see
>Could anyone please let me know if this is right to have "restriction" in
>primitive XML datatypes? Per XML spec, it does not seem so. Has anyone else
>encountered similar problem?
>Also the wsdl for MS STK 3.0 end point for DIME doc/lit has wrong url for
>the service address url at http://www.whitemesa.net/r4/interop4.html, it
>actually points to the wsdl file.
That's how MSTK works, GET returns the WSDL, POST processes a SOAP