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From Christian Weyer <christian.we...@eyesoft.de>
Subject Re: WSDL
Date Thu, 13 Jun 2002 19:52:53 GMT

the WSML could be seen as a configuration file (syntax) for the SOAP
Toolkit. There is no need for any WSML if you use a SOAP Toolkit Web
Service from a Java application ... that's all!

   .NET XML Web Services Repertory

Martin Gainty wrote:

 > You're only Half way there..
 > You may have WSDL but you are missing WSML
 > read the definition of WSML:
 > A WSML file provides information that maps the operations of a service
 > (as described in the WSDL file) to specific methods in the COM object.
 > The WSML file determines which COM object to load to service the request
 > for each operation....
 > How does one make a COM object from a Java Class or JAR???
 > when there are NO COM Objects here..
 > Ten Cuidado Mattias,
 > Martin Gainty

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