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Ramkumar Umayal
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Joined: Oct 13, 2009
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Hi everyone,


I am in mid of a implementation using Flex and Webservices. From the server side, i will be getting XML files then i have to parse the file and display it using Flex. As webservice is the medium used to access server, I woulbe sending and receiving .wsdl file format. Though the .wsdl is the wrapper around of XML, the file extension is varying from the .XML.

How to resolve this issue? Should I convert .wsdl into .xml and send to the server and viceversa.?

Kindly help me out.

Thanks,
Ram
Ulf Dittmer
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I woulbe sending and receiving .wsdl file format. Though the .wsdl is the wrapper around of XML, the file extension is varying from the .XML.

A WSDL file is a description of a web service, not a device to send anything, or a wrapper around anything. The only places where I could see the value of transferring WSDLs around would be very unlikely to involve a Flex GUI. Can you provide some more detail of what you're trying to do?

Should I convert .wsdl into .xml

WSDL *is* XML - there's nothing to convert. But then -see above- I don't understand what you mean by "sending and receiving .wsdl file format".


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