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How do u specify WS-I conformance claim in WSDL

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Can someone tell me how do to indicate a message, operation, portType or binding in WSDL is conformant to WS-I BP? Section 5.7 doesnt say.
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You'd better read the "3.3 Conformance Annotation in Descriptions" from WS-I Profile Basic 1.0a.
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Here is an expert from my book (it may clarify some things), but the BP is the last word:
J2EE Web Services
Chapter 5, Section 5.7
"A WS-I conformance claim can be assigned to any WSDL definition, asserting adherence to the WS-I Basic Profile 1.0 specification. Child elements inherit their parents� conformance claims; for example, a portType�s claim that it conforms to the BP also applies to all the operation and message definitions associated with that portType. The best place to put a conformance claim is inside the port definition, because it applies to all the other definitions associated with that port (binding, portType, operation, and message)."
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