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From Thomas Sandholm <sandh...@mcs.anl.gov>
Subject WSDL2Java doc/literal port type interface
Date Wed, 13 Mar 2002 23:24:30 GMT
I have noticed that the newest code from cvs generates a port type 
interface using the wsdl:portType name when rpc/encoded is used, but if 
doc/literal is used the wsdl:binding name is used. Is there any particular 
design rationale behind this? I think it seems to break the idea of not 
exposing the fact that doc/literal is used to the client or to the service 
implementer. Besides that it seems like this interface should not have any 
knowledge about the binding, so it seems strange that it uses the name of 
the binding in its own name in the doc/literal approach.
Any thoughts about this?

/Thomas


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