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Why would an XML document have a targetnamespace attribute set?

 
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Hello,

I have an xml document, namely a WSDL file and I am trying to understand why the "definitions" element have "targetNamespace" attribute set??? I thought this attribute was only for schemas. Is this not confusing? Is this legal? Why wsdl files don't have a schema to validate themselves from?

Here is my document:


 
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