In article <270bd0c405072913285dde56d0 / mail.gmail.com>,
 leon breedt <bitserf / gmail.com> wrote:

> On 7/30/05, Adam P. Jenkins <thorin / theshire.com> wrote:
> > Rails's ActionWebService supports generation of WSDL.  I've tried it and
> > it works.  See http://aws.rubyonrails.com/.  I believe you can use it
> > independantly of the rest of Rails.
> It currently generates RPC-encoded WSDL, if that meets your requirements.
> 
> You'll want to customize the WSDL service name and namespace:
> 
> class WsController
>   wsdl service name 'MyApp'
>   wsdl namespace 'http://myco.com/MyApp/1.0' # target/type namespace
> end
> 
> As per the recommendations in the spec to differentiate your WSDL.

Neatokeen.  Thanks!

Our WS wonk has been pleading for us to go to document literal of late, 
but we still have some xml-rpc stuff in the corpus and will for a while.

Scott

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