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From Samisa Abeysinghe <sam...@wso2.com>
Subject Re: [OT] wsdl services, binding, and ports
Date Fri, 03 Apr 2009 20:20:31 GMT
The following articles are on WSDL tool of Axis2. In addtion to Axis2 
tool, it also talks about various aspects of WSDL.

http://wso2.org/library/2873

http://wso2.org/library/2935

Samisa...

Sam Carleton wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 3, 2009 at 3:32 PM, Samisa Abeysinghe <samisa@wso2.com> wrote:
>   
>> Sam Carleton wrote:
>>     
>>> You would be correct that this is very WSDL related, but the engine is
>>> Axis2/C, which is why I posted here.  If there is a pure WSDL forum to post
>>> these types of questions, I would love to know where to find it!!!  I
>>> learned a long time ago that you get quicker responses when you post to the
>>> correct forum!
>>>       
>> If it is Axis2/C specific, ask the question that way. Point to the code
>> location, and explain what you tried to do. Just don't throw in random
>> question on generic WS stuff in here.
>>     
>
> Samisa,
>
> Please let me try my reply one more time:
>
> 1: I *DO NOT* think this is Axis2/C specific, I *DO NOT* thing this
> really has anything to do with Axis/2C other than the engine I am
> using is Axis2/C.
>
> So I **KNOW** this is off topic, please forgive me for not putting
> [OT] in the subject, which I have now added.
>
> 2:  As I said before:
>
> If there is a pure WSDL forum to post these types of questions, I
> would love to know where to find it!!!  I learned a long time ago that
> you get quicker responses when you post to the correct forum!
>
> Samisa, if you don't know personally of a WSDL forum, then say so!
> Maybe a useful comment that is a touch outside the original question
> rather then just telling me to go away might be helpful, such as....
> from what I can tell, if one is going to really work in the world of
> Web Services, especially Axis2/C web services, s/he is going to need
> to know WSDL pretty darn well, so...  one could imagine that you might
> know more about WSDL then I do, why don't you enlighten me as to where
> and/or how you learned what you know about WSDL?
>
> I have no objection to doing the work, I just cannot find anywhere to
> go to learn it!  Maybe some good books, web sites (other than the darn
> WSDL specs that always make me fall asleep), etc.  Any specific
> suggestions would be helpful.  I say specific because for some reason
> folks on mailing lists love to respond with: Google the topic.  I
> don't have 3 years to search through the millions of hits one finds on
> WSDL's, I am looking for a few good sources of info.  I am willing to
> pay money for it too, let it be a book, or even service from some
> company like WSO2.
>
> I have searched Amazon, but most of the books are about Web Servies
> not WSDL's, are there any in particular that focus more on the WSDL's?
>  (I have asked in other posts here about where to go on info on WS-*
> and gotten a little help, but still not a lot).
>
> In the end, there seems to be a big gap in my knowledge between the
> HTTP protocol and the Web Service operation being called in whatever
> language you are operating.  I am simply trying to find a good source
> to fill in that gap.
>
> Sam
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Samisa Abeysinghe 
Director, Engineering; WSO2 Inc.

http://www.wso2.com/ - "The Open Source SOA Company"


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