Subject:SS Webservice and WSE 2.0 Author:Francisco Monteiro Date:13 Oct 2004 06:10 AM Originally Posted: 13 Oct 2004 06:11 AM
If the SoapService endpoint is bound to an HTTP endpoint, you can request the WSDL
definition by appending "?wsdl" to the endpoint address.
However since the release of WSE 2.0 and WS-Addressing many leading service providers are
using TCP.The "?wsdl" approach doesn't make sense for protocols
such as TCP
that don't support the notion of a query string. MS has provided a generic way to get WSDL
Simply send a SOAP message with an action of http://schemas.microsoft.com/wse/2003/06/RequestDescription
and an empty body, as illustrated here:
<soap:Envelope xmlns:wsa="..." xmlns:soap="..." ...>
Any chance of implementing this in a 5.x version rather then 6
I dont know how it will gonna return WSDL in response to this soap packet. And how to recieve a WSDL ..
Could some body please provide or direct me to some sample by usig it I could receive WSDL file and save it in a file.
I m stucked from last 3 days in solving this problem !!