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wsdl parsing

I am working on some code which parses wsdl . I have a complex wsdl which is failing to parse . I have to modify this wsdl for parsing .

wanted to know the complex wsdl i am using is as per standards.

first change done
in schema section i have something defined like this

<xsd:complexType name="CallTermType" abstract="true"/> which is used in later sections as
<xsd:complexType name="EndOfPage">
<xsd:extension base="CallTermType">
<xsd:attribute name="continueFrom" type="xsd:string"/>

But how ever with my current code i have make some changes in wsdl , add some attribute

<xsd:complexType name="CallTermType" abstract="true">
<xsd:attribute name="CIds" type="xsd:string"/>

Is the line <xsd:complexType name="CallTermType" abstract="true"/> adheres to standard if so I need to make some changes in my code as i need to parse wsdl adhering to standards <xsd:complexType name="CallTermType" abstract="true"/>

second change
in wsdl <definitions> i have something defined as below

Have defined something like this in message
<message name="GetMyRequest">
<part name="request" element="mtyp:GetMyRequest"/>

In schema for GetMyRequest is something complex defined this way

<xsd:element name="GetMyRequest">
<xsd:element name="MyRequest" type="MyRequestType"/>

How ever I am able to parse wsdl provided i qualify the complex type with namespace i.e as below

<xsd:element name="GetMyRequest">
<xsd:element name="MyRequest" type="mtyp:MyRequestType"/>

would like to know if data type is complex do we need to specify in schema as "mtyp:MyRequestType" . or can directly need to be given as ="MyRequestType". which is the standard way ? becuase the code i am using should parse all the standards wsdl .
so i want to what is standard convention so that i can decide i should change my code or not .
Sep 18 '07 #1
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Have a look here: http://www.w3schools.com/wsdl/wsdl_syntax.asp
Sep 19 '07 #2

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