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Component definitions use a subset see 2. In addition to the direct XML Infoset representation described here, the component model allows components external to the Infoset through the mechanisms described in 4.
Modularizing WSDL 2. This includes the application of the mechanisms described in 4. This document does not specify a means of producing an XML Infoset representation from a component model instance.
In particular, there are in general many valid ways to modularize a given component model instance into one or more XML Infosets. WSDL 2. Type system components are element declarations and type definitions. Type system components describe the constraints on a message's content. Type systems based upon other data models are generally accommodated by extensions to WSDL 2. Language Extensibility.
In the case where they define information equivalent to that of a XML Schema global element declaration, they can be treated as if they were such a declaration. This specification does not define the behavior of a WSDL 2. An Element Declaration component defines the name and content model of an element information item such as that defined by an XML Schema global element declaration. A Type Definition component defines the content model of an element information item such as that defined by an XML Schema global type definition.
Interface , Binding , Service , Element Declaration , and Type Definition components are directly contained in the Description component and are referred to as top-level components. The top-level WSDL 2.
Interface Operation and Endpoint , which are referred to as nested components. Nested components may contain other nested components. The component that contains a nested component is referred to as the parent of the nested component.
A set of Interface components. A set of Binding components. A set of Service components. A set of Type Definition components. The set of top-level components contained in the Description component associated with an initial WSDL 2.
What & Why
The component model makes no distinction between the components that are defined in the initial document versus those that are defined in the included documents or imported namespaces. However, any WSDL 2. Furthermore, all QName references, whether to the same or to different namespaces must resolve to components see 2.
When using the XML Schema language to describe type system components, the inclusion of Element Declaration components and Type Definition components in a Description component is governed by the rules in 3.
In addition to WSDL 2. Further, additional properties to WSDL 2. A WSDL 2. The components directly defined or included within a Description component are said to belong to the same target namespace. The target namespace therefore groups a set of related component definitions and represents an unambiguous name for the intended semantics of the collection of components.
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Zero or more element information items from among the following, in any order: Zero or more include element information items see 4. I would like to thank Steve Stassen and the rest of the Ashton Services development team for assistance with the source code for the chapters on Web Services. Robotics and was a founding partner of Dynamic Data Services, a data-networking services company.
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