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Cory Wilkerson
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Are WSDL files relevant in the context of a message based service -- it's the XML I want to get at and I just can't imagine a WSDL document specifying the schema my message service is expecting?
That said, lets say I were to go with the "document" style of service -- how would my WSDL describe the "type" of object that I'm expecting so that platforms like .net can interop with the service passing it an instance of "com.cory.PurchaseOrder", etc.

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Lasse Koskela
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Originally posted by Cory Wilkerson:

how would my WSDL describe the "type" of object that I'm expecting so that platforms like .net can interop with the service passing it an instance of "com.cory.PurchaseOrder"

Well, "type" does not mean "type" as in programming language. It's a reference to an XML element type defined in your WSDL. In other words, it describes what kind of XML the service is expecting/returning.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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