Re: WSDL as a Service Interface, what binding namespace ?
- I think the namespace name u choose to specify must be in the format:
Atleast, that's how it appears (XXX replaced my service name) in my
WSDL docs generated by IBM WSTK.
--- In wsdl@y..., "Anne Thomas Manes" <anne@m...> wrote:
> A namespace name is simply a name. A lot of people use a URL by
> but the name doesn't need to resolve to anything. It's simply a
> -----Original Message-----
> From: pkensit2000@y... [mailto:pkensit2000@y...]
> Sent: Saturday, September 29, 2001 11:46 PM
> To: wsdl@y...
> Subject: [wsdl] WSDL as a Service Interface, what binding
> As part of an MSc project on Web Services I wish to create a WSDL
> document for a Service Interface, as opposed to a Service
> Implementation. It will include a binding to SOAP. Presumably
> the Binding element the namespace attribute of the sub element
> soap:body cannot be a URL, as this is only a Service Interface
> definition ? Therefore it must be a URN ? (my knowledge on URIs
> bit sketchy to say the least !). How do I allocate a URN value,
> assuming it must be unique ??
> PS how do i get Paul Kensit to appear as author rather than my
> addresss ?!
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