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November 28, 2008  2:12 PM

WSDL styles, mock objects, and SOAP UI



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Software testing, WSDL

WSDL has been around long enough to take root in the form of different styles. That can play some havoc with generic testing. A recent conversation with Frank Cohen, founder of Push to Test, indicates that tools have taken notice of the WSDL ''dialects.''

February 27, 2008  12:47 PM

Interesting TSS.com WSDL discussion



Posted by: StorageSwiss
Java, JSON, REST, WSDL, XML

Our sister site, TSS.com has got a spirited discussion going about WSDLs, REST, XML, JSON and Java APIs. Some are arguing "the best WSDL is no WSDL at all."


February 25, 2008  10:52 AM

Looking for a few good WSDLs



Posted by: StorageSwiss
SOA development, SOA management, WSDL

I recently ran into an architect who was trying to wrap his head around SOA. He had sorted out most of it, but one thing was gnawing at him: what makes for a good WSDL? Obviously that can change dependent on the service in question, but it dawned on me that a good set of examples would be in...


February 20, 2008  6:40 PM

What is SOA quality?



Posted by: StorageSwiss
SOA governance, SOA registry/repository, Software testing, UDDI, WSDL

I was talking with Wayne Ariola, Parasoft's vice president of strategy and corporate development, last week about the concept of SOA quality. Parasoft's been using the term "SOA quality" as part of the latest rollout of its SOAtest product, which now is able to query UDDI registries so that WSDL...


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