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Re: dynamically generated XML Schema?! Re: R:[xml-de

Re:  dynamically generated XML Schema?! Re:  R:[xml-de
Rich Salz wrote:

>>>I agree WSDL documents should be generated rather than
>>>written by hand
>I question the "should be."  Perhaps I don't understand, I ignored a lot
>of this thread, but I thought "contract first" was the current vogue?
>	/r$
I considered the schema part more important than the ports, methodnames 
etc. But maybe these need to be considered as crucial for a web service 
as its input and output types, in which case you have a point.

My idea of a next-to-perfect way of developing web services is that a 
compiler of a statically typed language imports a schema (=contract), 
uses it to typecheck a program, and then as an extra generates the WSDL 
from descriptors. The schema would not change (and the thread seems to 
explore use cases where schemas can change). But then, such a compiler 
could also import the schema from the WSDL.

Burak Emir


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