On Tue, 2007-11-13 at 10:23 +0000, Caroline Maynard wrote:
> Alive, just sleeping ...
Sleep, whats that? Coffee.... ;)
> It's sad but true that different programs don't have the same criteria
> for deciding what is valid WSDL. If you look back in the mailing list or
> in our bugs list, you'll see there have been a couple of issues about
> the .NET tools being quite picky compared to Tuscany (the Apache library
> that we use to implement this stuff). It's only with real examples like
> yours that we can home in on the discrepancies, so thanks for sending
> them. We'll take a look and see what can be done.
Agreed, absolutely! I have only just started out on this stuff, and it
seems really promising. I am going to try and expose a whole whack of
things from our framework being used to deliver e-learning in 16 African
countries in this method, so I will try and keep you all up to date as
For some background on our project, please check out
Will check in later again, I just have to try and figure out a decent
way of generating XSD for complexTypes generically...
Please avoid sending me Word or PowerPoint attachments.
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