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Introduction A WSDL document describes a web service. A WSDL binding describes how the service is bound to a messaging protocol, particularly the SOAP messaging protocol. A WSDL SOAP binding can be either a Remote Procedure Call (RPC) style binding or a document style binding. A SOAP binding can also have an encoded use or a literal use. This gives you four style/use models: Which style of WSDL should I use? Which style of WSDL should I use?
Developing RESTful Web Services in Perl by Andrew Sterling Hanenkamp 02/19/2008 If you are a web developer and aren't familiar with the term "REST," you should know that you regularly work within this software architecture. REST is a term that can describe the interactions that occur between client and server on the World Wide Web. However, as with many terms, its original definition actually takes on further meaning as different parties have used it. In this paper, I assume REST to be more specifically applied to describe communication between a client and server as part of a specific API. Developing RESTful Web Services in Perl
REST Web Services I will first provide a brief introduction to REST and then describe how to build Web services in the REST style. What is REST? REST is a term coined by Roy Fielding in his Ph.D. dissertation [1] to describe an architecture style of networked systems. REST is an acronym standing for Representational State Transfer. Why is it called Representational State Transfer? The Web is comprised of resources. REST Web Services
The Codehaus XFire team is proud to announce XFire 1.2.6! XFire is an open source Java SOAP framework built on a high performance, streaming XML model. XFire includes support for web service standards, an easy to use API, Spring integration, JBI support, and plugable bindings for POJOs, JAXB, and XMLBeans. Please see the release notes for download information and upgrade instructions. XFire XFire