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i take it we are talking about the difference between the
rpc and document 'style' and not 'encoded' (v) 'literal'
if so, then see the WSDL 1.1 note section 'soap:operation':
and the following MSDN article which quite nicely attacks
the WS-I's stance on supporting rpc/literal as well as
the more usual document/literal:
* Document/literal is a superset of RPC/literal.
For any given RPC/literal WSDL description, an
equivalent document/literal WSDL description can
be created such that the wire messages are identical.
All that's needed is some schema manipulation to
formally describe the RPC/literal message.
* Message format and programming model are orthogonal.
Requiring two message formats because there are two
programming models is bogus. Furthermore, the service
should not dictate the consumer's programming model.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: 08 June 2004 05:28
Subject: [xml-dev] Difference between RPC and Doc. type in WSDL(need
We are going to develope a tool to convert Web services in to WSDL.
For that I want to know the exact differences between RPC type and
Document type in a WSDL file(Specially in the complextype area in the
WSDL file). I read so many documents but I didn't find any exact
answer for that. most of the documents didn't talk about complextype
area. So, can anyone give me solution for this.
Please help. Thanks.
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