If the XSD displayed in the browser, state what XML processor you're using, and be prepared to hear that it's broken or that you must work around some limitation.I can tell you that the above fix will work with my Xerces-J-based validator.The results: is a technology that enables additional constraints to be added on top of an XML Schema.It is a more robust solution to the scenarios described in this FAQ, and xml Helpline supports the Schematron effort.But web services gives us more standardization, better tools, and better interoperability between platforms and programming languages than in the past.The challenge remains to describe the relevant service interfaces of a system.A simpler way would be to provide the folder, and then the file name in that folder, separated by whitespace. This makes it two separate "arguments" so to speak. (2) Your "simpler way [...] to provide the folder, and then the file name in that folder, separated by whitespace" is totally divorced from the reality of the way is defined to take namespace-location pairs. The one asking the question didn't specify HOW they wanted to access it - just that it was local, and it wasn't working. The answer should not be deleted, because it does make it work, and it does answer the question, since the question was vague.One is the folder location, the second is the file name in that folder. This "answer" should be deleted because does not address the question being asked, and, worse, it's likely to confuse future readers actually looking to use XSD as it really is, not how you wish it was. this solution makes it work, even if it is local, so long as the local thing is also publicly accessible. Do you really think no one will have a case where their local is also a server? Workarounds have value, even if it is not for 100% of the cases of being local.
The proper interpretation of messages is left to the consumer and provider.
The service interface describes one input parameter, of type xsd:string, and one output parameter.
The WSDL Note that this is a "wrapped document/literal" web service, hence the wrapping element called "execute".
First of all, let's define the term within the context of this article.
Loosely typed means that the interface definition of the service (in WSDL) does not contain a schema that strongly defines any kind of message format that that the service uses.