WSDL (Web Services Description Language) is an XML-based language for
describing Web services and how to access them.
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Introduction to WSDL
This introduction to WSDL explains what WSDL is.
This chapter explains the main parts of an WSDL document.
This chapter explains the WSDL port interface.
This chapter explains the WSDL binding interface.
WSDL and UDDI
This chapter explains how UDDI (Universal Description Discovery and Integration)
is integrated with WSDL.
The full WSDL syntax as listed in the W3C note.
This chapter contains a recommendation on what subject you should study after
the WSDL tutorial.
One of our favorite tools here at
W3schools, Altova® XMLSpy®, just recently added a redesigned and greatly simplified
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WSDL files as well as the associated documentation for them. We recommend
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develop WSDL visually with drag-and-drop functionality:
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