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WSDL and XSD

Luke Murphy
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The WSDL spec section 2.2. states (http://www.w3.org/TR/wsdl):

"The XSD type system can be used to define the types in a message regardless of whether or not the resulting wire format is actually XML, or whether the resulting XSD schema validates the particular wire format."

If the XSD type system is being used what other wire formats can there be besides XML and how?

Thanks.

 
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