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How to use XML Schema within RESTful Webservices

 
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Can WSDL be used with RESTful webservices? or something else that tells the client about the RESTful webservices (e.g, the return XML structure, ...)?
 
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Todd Jain wrote:Can WSDL be used with RESTful webservices? or something else that tells the client about the RESTful webservices (e.g, the return XML structure, ...)?



wadl is used for that
google a bit on it, you will find enough information about it
 
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WSDL is for SOAP webservices. Many items in WSDL are not useful while it does not provide enough information for RESTful webservices.
 
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