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SOAP WSDL UDDI

SOAP WSDL UDDI

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Published by Peter R. Egli
Overview of web services, SOAP, WSDL and UDDI.

A web service provides a defined set of functionality on a machine-processable interface.
The web service interface is described in a formal language like WSDL that allows creating code to access the service thus simplifying web service consumer (client) and provider (server) development.
In big web services, the interface is typically described in WSDL while the access to the service makes use of the SOAP message protocol.
SOAP has its roots in remote object access but is now a general message based and asynchronous transport mechanism.
SOAP is typically carried in HTTP (HyperText Transmission Protocol), but other message based protocols like SMTP (Email) or plain TCP could be used as well.
WSDL provides a formalized description of an interface that is coarsely separated in an abstract service interface definition containing operations and data types, a transport binding that describes how the web service is accessed and finally a description of the location (address) under which a web service is accessible.
UDDI (Universal Description and Discovery Protocol) was meant to become the standard protocol for some kind of a public yellow pages where publicly accessible web services would be listed. Lack of industry interest, however, prevented UDDI to gain widespread use.
Overview of web services, SOAP, WSDL and UDDI.

A web service provides a defined set of functionality on a machine-processable interface.
The web service interface is described in a formal language like WSDL that allows creating code to access the service thus simplifying web service consumer (client) and provider (server) development.
In big web services, the interface is typically described in WSDL while the access to the service makes use of the SOAP message protocol.
SOAP has its roots in remote object access but is now a general message based and asynchronous transport mechanism.
SOAP is typically carried in HTTP (HyperText Transmission Protocol), but other message based protocols like SMTP (Email) or plain TCP could be used as well.
WSDL provides a formalized description of an interface that is coarsely separated in an abstract service interface definition containing operations and data types, a transport binding that describes how the web service is accessed and finally a description of the location (address) under which a web service is accessible.
UDDI (Universal Description and Discovery Protocol) was meant to become the standard protocol for some kind of a public yellow pages where publicly accessible web services would be listed. Lack of industry interest, however, prevented UDDI to gain widespread use.

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© Peter R. Egli 2015 1/31 Rev. 2.00
SOAP - WSDL - UDDI
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INTRODUCTION TO SOAP, WSDL AND UDDI, THE COMBO FOR BIG WEB SERVICES
PETER R. EGLI INDIGOO.COM
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© Peter R. Egli 2015 2/31 Rev. 2.00
SOAP - WSDL - UDDI
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© Peter R. Egli 2015 3/31 Rev. 2.00
SOAP - WSDL - UDDI
indigoo.com
 1. What is a web service?
W3C definition of web service (see W3C glossary under http://www.w3.org/TR/ws-gloss/):
"A Web service is a software system designed to support interoperable machine-to-machine interaction over a network. It has an interface described in a machine-processable format (specifically WSDL). Other systems interact with the Web service in a manner prescribed by its description using SOAP-messages , typically conveyed using HTTP with an XML serialization  in conjunction with other Web-related standards."
The key elements are: Machine-to-machine communication. Machine-processable interface description (WSDL). Communication through messages (SOAP) using HTTP as transport protocol. XML serialization. The word 'web' in the term 'web service': Even though SOAP-WS (sometimes also called 'classical web' services or 'big web services') are transported in the web's core protocol HTTP, they make very little use of the features and functions of HTTP. In fact, SOAP-WS messages may be carried in protocols other than HTTP.

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