WSDL - soap binding

How and Why soap binding used in web services?

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  • Mar 5th, 2013

Use the Web service SOAP binding details page to:

See all attributes of a specific Web service SOAP binding.
Perform actions on the asset.
See all other components that are related to the current asset

This section is the shaded area at the top left of the page. It shows the attributes of the current component. If an attribute name is a hyperlink, you can access a details page for it by clicking the link. For more information on the attributes shown, see the following topics:

Common attributes
Describes attributes that are common to multiple assets.
DMH_WSDL_BIND database table
Describes attributes specific to Web service SOAP bindings.

This section is a drop-down list on the right side of the page. From this list you can select actions to perform on the current asset. For more information on the actions available on this page, see the following topics:

Bookmark this page (wizard opens in a separate window)
Custom query (run a custom query that has been assigned to this page)

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  • Apr 23rd, 2013

A Web service SOAP binding is a protocol that describes how messages between Web service providers and requests are defined and transferred.

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