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required soap binding elements

 
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I saw this question in a topic a few days ago, but then there was no answer, and now I can't find the topic again.

In the J2EE Web Services book, in the page 151, it sais that the only required SOAP binding elements are soapbind:binding and soapbind:body, but later it sais that soapbind peration is required.

Does anybody have clarity about which of the soap binding elements are required and which are not?
 
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seems like soapbind:binding, soapbind:body and soapbind \ peration
are all required after checking some sample WSDL.
[ May 18, 2004: Message edited by: Lipman Li ]
 
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In WSDL1.1 Spec shows an example (Example 3) about SOAP binding of one-way operation over SMTP using a SOAP Header which soap: operation is not included. Can i say that when SOAP binding is over HTTP, soap: operation element is required?
 
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soap peration shall be optional from Web Services Description Language (WSDL) 1.1
 
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I found this in the WSDL specification:


For the HTTP protocol binding of SOAP, this is value required (it has no default value). For other SOAP protocol bindings, it MUST NOT be specified, and the soap peration element MAY be omitted.

 
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