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Darya Akbari
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Hi,

I'm looking for some nice WSDL examples on the web w/o authorization or s.th. like that. Google and Amazon have some but they all need authorization.

Any hints are welcome

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Darya
 
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You might find the Xmethods site to be helpful.

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Darya Akbari
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Hi,

yes I saw this site in the FAQ and I found some interesting examples there w/o authorization.

Thanks,
Darya
 
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Hi Darya!

Oddly enough this one isn't listed:

Global Weather is Back

The GlobalWeather service is back online. It is available from:

http://live.capeclear.com/ccx/GlobalWeather?wsdl

This is a document-literal version of this application. GlobalWeather allows you to view weather information based on data from weather.noaa.gov. This service is a demonstration service and is not intended to reflect a true or accurate picture of weather conditions.


Also, what do you mean by "Amazon requires authorization"? All I remember is that you needed a apply for a developer-token (which was easy enough to register for) and that you were restricted to 1000 requests/day and at a rate of no more than 1 request/sec. Has anything changed?
 
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Hi Peer,

thanks for the link. I'll check that one later.

Originally posted by Peer Reynders:
... what do you mean by "Amazon requires authorization"? All I remember is that you needed a apply for a developer-token (which was easy enough to register for) and that you were restricted to 1000 requests/day and at a rate of no more than 1 request/sec. Has anything changed?


When I make a request to Amazon the response looks something like:



We look for a nice but still professional example for our developers and don't want each of them to register prior testing. That's why registering before using is not an option .

Regards,
Darya
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Peer Reynders
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Originally posted by Darya Akbari:
We look for a nice but still professional example for our developers and don't want each of them to register prior testing. That's why registering before using is not an option


Well, if you need a reference service for a number of developers then cobbling together your own is still the best option. That way you don't have to rely on somebody else.

I wonder what the problem with your Amazon request is? Amazon web services are interesting because they tend to make both a SOAP and "Plain Old XML" (POX) over HTTP interfaces available.

If you intend to consume a large range of web services then you will also have to be prepared to consume non-SOAP web services. See:
WS* vs. REST / Intelligence vs. Wisdom
The End of Big SOA
If "Big SOA" isn�t gaining wider acceptance then SOAP may be losing its momentum.

This is why SUN has proposed the Web Application Definition Language (WADL).
Introducing WADL; GlassFish: Web Application Description Language
 
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Hi Peer,

thanks for the links.

Regards,
Darya
 
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