- Web Services Description Language. A standard by which a web
service can tell clients what messages it accepts and which results
it will return. WSDL is an XML language which is used
by service interfaces and protocol agreements, among others, for
describing access to Web Services. WSDL is independent from the
underlying service implementation language or component model.
For more information see:
- www.w3.org/TR/2003/WD-wsdl12-20030124/ - Web Services Description Language version 1.2 from W3C.
- www.w3.org/TR/wsdl20/ - Web Services Description Language version 2.0 from W3C.
- http://everything.explained.at/Web_Services_Description_Language/ - Web Services Description Language explained.