[xsd-users] wsdl support - slightly off-topic question
Raymond.Rizzuto at sig.com
Tue Aug 19 18:21:01 EDT 2008
My apologies for the long delay in responding. I have been trying to gauge the level of interest here at my company. It looks like the tool we are currently using is unlikely to be available on all of the environments we need to support (32 and 64 bit Linux at a minimum). For the short term, we have support only for 32 bit Linux.
We are looking at alternatives, such as gSoap, XSD plus additional interface/service layer, etc. For my specific purpose, I only need client side support under Linux, but there may be broader interest than that. I'll let you know if we decide to pursue a XSD-based solution.
From: Boris Kolpackov [mailto:boris at codesynthesis.com]
Sent: Tuesday, August 05, 2008 2:47 PM
To: Rizzuto, Raymond
Cc: xsd-users at codesynthesis.com
Subject: Re: [xsd-users] wsdl support - slightly off-topic question
Rizzuto, Raymond <Raymond.Rizzuto at sig.com> writes:
> I was wondering if there is any way to use xsd to compile a wsdl file
> into classes that can invoke remote method calls over soap. I know this
> is a long shot, but since wsdl is xml-based, I though I might as well ask.
No, there is no such support at the moment though we've been entertaining
the idea of building a WSDL compiler on top of XSD along with a SOAP
runtime for some time now. The main concern is whether we will be
able to deliver a high-quality implementation seeing that the "WS"
space is in quite a mess.
Also there hasn't been any serious/commercial interest from the community.
There are requests now and again but nobody seems to be interested enough
to help define the product, beta-test, etc. So if you are interested we
can definitely talk more about this.
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