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NAME

       SOAP::WSDL::Manual::WS_I - How SOAP::WSDL complies to WS-I Basic Profile 1.0

DESCRIPTION

       This document gives an overview about how SOAP::WSDL confirms to the rules of the WS-I
       Basic Profile 1.0 found at <http://www.ws-i.org/Profiles/BasicProfile-1.0-2004-04-16.html>

       Errata are not yet worked in.

       You may find rules mis-categorized, especially in the "not applicable" section.

       Such mis-categorizations are documentation bugs, please feel free to report them.

       Rules are categorized into the following sections:

       ·   RULES CONFIRMED

           This section contains rules SOAP::WSDL follows. Conformance to these rules may be
           assured by a test.

       ·   RULES NOT CONFIRMED

           This section contains rules SOAP::WSDL does not follow yet. These may be considered as
           bugs.

       ·   RULES NOT APPLICABLE

           WS-I Basic Profile contains rules for web services as a whole. SOAP::WSDL only plays
           the part of one layer in a Web Service CONSUMER / RECEIVER, thus does not implement
           some parts the WS-I Basic Profile references.

           This section contains rules not applicable for SOAP::WSDL, because they refer to parts
           SOAP::WSDL does not implement.

RULES CONFIRMED

   R1005
        A MESSAGE MUST NOT contain soap:encodingStyle attributes on any of the elements
        whose namespace name is "http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/".

       SOAP::WSDL::Serializer::SOAP11 does not add soap:encodingStyle attributes on any element.

   R1006
        A MESSAGE MUST NOT contain soap:encodingStyle attributes on any element that is
        a child of soap:Body.

       SOAP::WSDL::Serializer::SOAP11 does not add soap:encodingStyle attributes on any element.

   R1008
        A MESSAGE MUST NOT contain a Document Type Declaration.

       SOAP::WSDL::Serializer::SOAP11 does not add DTDs.

   R1009
        A MESSAGE MUST NOT contain Processing Instructions.

       SOAP::WSDL::Serializer::SOAP11 does not add Processing Instructions

   R1010
        A RECEIVER MUST accept messages that contain an XML Declaration.

       SOAP::WSDL::Expat::MessageParser allows the use of XML Declarations.

   R1011
        A MESSAGE MUST NOT have any element children of soap:Envelope following
        the soap:Body element.

       SOAP::WSDL::Serializer::SOAP11 does not emit children of soap:Envelope following the
       soap:Body element. Other serializers may behave different.

   R1012
        A MESSAGE MUST be serialized as either UTF-8 or UTF-16.

       SOAP::WSDL::Serializer::SOAP11 serializes messages as UTF-8.

   R1018
        The media type of a MESSAGE's envelope MUST indicate the correct character
        encoding, using the charset parameter.

       SOAP::WSDL::Transport::HTTP sets the Content-type header to "text/xml; charset=utf8".
       SOAP::Transport does, too. Other transport backends may behave different.

   R1014
        The children of the soap:Body element in a MESSAGE MUST be namespace
        qualified.

       SOAP::WSDL::Serializer::SOAP11 emits namespace-qualified child elements of the soap:Body
       element.

   R1017
        A RECEIVER MUST NOT mandate the use of the xsi:type attribute in messages
        except as required in order to indicate a derived type (see XML Schema
        Part 1: Structures, Section 2.6.1).

       SOAP::WSDL::Expat::MessageParser does not require the use of xsi:type attributes, but uses
       typemaps instead.

       Other deserializers may not comply to this rule.

   R1028
        When a Fault is generated by a RECEIVER, further processing SHOULD NOT be
        performed on the SOAP message aside from that which is necessary to rollback,
        or compensate for, any effects of processing the message prior to the
        generation of the Fault.

       A fault is generated when an error occurs processing the message.
       SOAP::WSDL::Deserializer::SOAP11 does not perform any additional processing after an error
       occurred.

   R1029
        Where the normal outcome of processing a SOAP message would have resulted
        in the transmission of a SOAP response, but rather a SOAP Fault is generated
        instead, a RECEIVER MUST transmit a SOAP Fault message in place of the
        response.

       A fault is generated when an error occurs processing the message.

   R1030
        A RECEIVER that generates a SOAP Fault SHOULD notify the end user that a
        SOAP Fault has been generated when practical, by whatever means is deemed
        appropriate to the circumstance.

       Via return value.

   R1140
        A MESSAGE SHOULD be sent using HTTP/1.1.

       SOAP::WSDL::Transport::HTTP uses HTTP/1.1

   R1141
        A MESSAGE MUST be sent using either HTTP/1.1 or HTTP/1.0.

       SOAP::WSDL::Transport::HTTP uses HTTP/1.1

   R1107
        A RECEIVER MUST interpret SOAP messages containing only a soap:Fault element
        as a Fault.

       SOAP::WSDL::Deserializer::SOAP11 does this.

   R1132
        A HTTP request MESSAGE MUST use the HTTP POST method.

       Both SOAP::WSDL::Transport::HTTP and SOAP::Transport::HTTP use POST.

   R1108
        A MESSAGE MUST NOT use the HTTP Extension Framework (RFC2774).

       SOAP::WSDL::Transport::HTTP does not use the HTTP Extension framework, however
       SOAP::Transport::HTTP use M-POST if POST was not successful.

       To be sure you comply to this rule, use SOAP::WSDL::Transport::HTTP as transport backend.

   R1109
        The value of the SOAPAction HTTP header field in a HTTP request
        MESSAGE MUST be a quoted string.

       SOAP::WSDL::Client always quotes the SOAPAction header.

   R1119
        A RECEIVER MAY respond with a Fault if the value of the SOAPAction
        HTTP header field is not quoted.

       SOAP::WSDL does not apply any processing on the SOAPAction header field.

   R1131
        A CONSUMER MAY automatically redirect a request when it encounters a
        "307 Temporary Redirect" HTTP status code in a response.

       LWP::UserAgent (used by SOAP::WSDL::Transport::HTTP and SOAP::Transport::HTTP) accepts up
       to 7 levels of redirect by default.

   R2113
        A MESSAGE containing serialized arrays MUST NOT include the
        soapenc:arrayType attribute.

       SOAP::WSDL does not natively support soapenc::arrayType.

   R2114
        The target namespace for WSDL definitions and the target namespace for
        schema definitions in a DESCRIPTION MAY be the same.

       SOAP::WSDL does not impose any constraints on the target namespace for WSDL definitions or
       schema definitions.

   R2301
        The order of the elements in the soap:body of a MESSAGE MUST be the same
        as that of the wsdl:parts in the wsdl:message that describes it.

       SOAP::WSDL obeys the part order.

   R2712
        A document-literal binding MUST be represented on the wire as a
        MESSAGE with a soap:Body whose child element is an instance of the
        global element declaration referenced by the corresponding wsdl:message
        part.

       If defined accordingly in the DESCRIPTION, SOAP::WSDL issues document-literal binding
       operation MESSAGES conforming to this rule.

   R2748
        A CONSUMER MUST NOT interpret the presence of the wsdl:required attribute
        on a soapbind extension element with a value of "false" to mean the extension
        element is optional in the messages generated from the WSDL description.

       SOAP::WSDL does not imterpret the wsdl:required attribute at all.

   R5000
        An INSTANCE MAY require the use of HTTPS.

       SOAP::WSDL supports https.

   R5010
        An INSTANCE MAY require the use of HTTPS with mutual authentication.

       SOAP::WSDL supports all kinds of authentication known to LWP::UserAgent

   R2742
        A MESSAGE MAY contain a fault detail entry in a SOAP fault that is not
        described by a wsdl:fault element in the corresponding WSDL description.

       SOAP::WSDL does not emit such faults. Such faults can be processed by adding custom maps
       to the type maps for SOAP::WSDL::Expat::MessageParser.

   R2744
        A HTTP request MESSAGE MUST contain a SOAPAction HTTP header field with a
        quoted value equal to the value of the soapAction attribute of
        soapbind:operation, if present in the corresponding WSDL description.

       SOAP::WSDL uses the soapAction attribute from soapbind:operation as SOAPAction header in
       generated code.

       Alternative WSDL parsers / code generator have to assure they pass the correct soap_action
       to SOAP::WSDL::Client.

       The interpreting SOAP::WSDL client does not conform to this rule, but "guesses" the
       SOAPAction header from the operation name and the top node's namespace.

   R2745
        A HTTP request MESSAGE MUST contain a SOAPAction HTTP header field with a
        quoted empty string value, if in the corresponding WSDL description, the
        soapAction of soapbind:operation is either not present, or present with an
        empty string as its value.

       SOAP::WSDL::Client always assures the SOAPaction header is quoted, thus automatically
       inserts the empty string if no SOAPAction header is defined.

   R1015
        A RECEIVER MUST generate a fault if they encounter a message whose document
        element has a local name of "Envelope" but a namespace name that is not
        "http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/".

       SOAP::WSDL::Expat::MessageParser checks the namespace of the SOAP envelope.

       SOAP::WSDL::Expat::MessageParser does not check that Envelope is the root element, yet.

   R1110
        An INSTANCE MAY accept connections on TCP port 80 (HTTP)

       SOAP::WSDL::Server::CGI may be used in a web server listening at port 80.

   R1124
        An INSTANCE MUST use a 2xx HTTP status code for responses that
        indicate a successful outcome of a request.

       SOAP::WSDL::Server::CGI sends a 2xx HTTP status code for successful requests.

   R1111
        An INSTANCE SHOULD use a "200 OK" HTTP status code for responses
        that contain a SOAP message that is not a SOAP fault.

       SOAP::WSDL::Server::CGI does this.

   R1112
        An INSTANCE SHOULD use either a "200 OK" or "202 Accepted" HTTP
        status code for a response that does do not contain a SOAP message
        but indicates successful HTTP outcome of a request.

       SOAP::WSDL::Server::CGI does this.

   R1130
        An INSTANCE MUST use HTTP status code "307 Temporary Redirect"
        when redirecting a request to a different endpoint.

       SOAP::WSDL::Server::CGI has no means of redirecting. The web server running a
       SOAP::WSDL::Server::CGI script is responsible for redirecting with a 307 HTTP status code.

   R1125
        An INSTANCE MUST use a 4xx HTTP status code for responses that indicate
        a problem with the format of the request.

       SOAP::WSDL does this.

   R1113
        An INSTANCE SHOULD use a "400 Bad Request "HTTP status code, if the
        request message is a malformed HTTP request, or not well-formed XML.

       SOAP::WSDL does this.

   R1114
        An INSTANCE SHOULD use a "405 Method not Allowed" HTTP status code if the
        request method was not "POST".

       SOAP::WSDL does this.

   R1115
        An INSTANCE SHOULD use a "415 Unsupported Media Type" HTTP status code if
        the Content-Type HTTP request header did not have a value consistent with
        the value specified for the corresponding binding of the input message.

       SOAP::WSDL::Server::CGI does not support any content type other than text/xml and
       application/xml yet.

RULES NOT CONFIRMED

   R4001
        A RECEIVER MUST accept messages that include the Unicode Byte Order Mark
        (BOM).

       May automatically work with XML::Parser::Expat, but is not tested yet.

       TODO write test. If not confirmed, add encoding support.

   R1002
        A RECEIVER MUST accept fault messages that have any number of elements,
        including zero, appearing as children of the detail element. Such children
        can be qualified  or unqualified.

       Partially confirmed: This only works when the fault detail elements are added to the
       deserializer's typemap.

       TODO add processing of arbitrary content of faults to SOAP::WSDL::Expat::MessageParser

   R1003
        A RECEIVER MUST accept fault messages that have any number of qualified or
        unqualified attributes, including zero, appearing on the detail element.
        The namespace of qualified attributes can be anything other than
        "http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/".

       TODO add processing of arbitrary attributes to SOAP::WSDL::SOAP::Typelib::Fault11

   R1016
        A RECEIVER MUST accept fault messages that carry an xml:lang attribute on
        the faultstring element.

       SOAP::WSDL::Expat::MessageParser currently ignores all attributes.

       TODO add processing of the xml:lang attribute to SOAP::WSDL::SOAP::Typelib::Fault11

   R1007
        A MESSAGE described in an rpc-literal binding MUST NOT contain soap:encodingStyle
        attribute on any elements are grandchildren of soap:Body.

       SOAP::WSDL::Serializer::SOAP11 does not add soap:encodingStyle attributes on any element.

       However, rpc-literal bindings are not supported, yet.

       TODO support rpc-literal bindings.

   R2008
        In a DESCRIPTION the value of the location attribute of a wsdl:import element
        SHOULD be treated as a hint.

       The wsdl:import element imports the referenced WSDL definition.

       This is rather hard-wired and does not allow one to specify a wsdl:import without a
       resolvable location in SOAP::WSDL.

   R4002
        A DESCRIPTION MAY include the Unicode Byte Order Mark (BOM).

       TODO Test.

   R4003
        A DESCRIPTION MUST use either UTF-8 or UTF-16 encoding.

       TODO Test whether UTF-16 works.

   R2020
        The wsdl:documentation element MAY occur as a child of the wsdl:import
        element in a DESCRIPTION.

       Not tested yet.

   R2024
        The wsdl:documentation element MAY occur as a first child of the
        wsdl:definitions element in a DESCRIPTION.

       TODO Test.

   R2027
        If during the processing of an element in the WSDL namespace in a
        description, a consumer encounters a WSDL extension element amongst
        its element children, that has a wsdl:required attribute with a boolean
        value of "true" that the consumer does not understand or cannot process,
        the CONSUMER MUST fail processing of that element in the WSDL namespace.

       TODO Implement support for wsdl:required

   R2750
        A CONSUMER MUST ignore a SOAP response carried in a response from a
        one-way operation.

       SOAP::WSDL does not ignore the SOAP response from a one way operation yet.

       TODO Define operation type signature, and ignore result from one way operations.

   R2747
        A CONSUMER MUST understand and process all WSDL 1.1 SOAP Binding extension
        elements, irrespective of the presence or absence of the wsdl:required
        attribute on an extension element; and irrespective of the value of the
        wsdl:required attribute, when present.

       SOAP::WSDL does not implement all WSDL 1.1 SOAP Binding extension yet.

       TODO check and implement.

   R2800
        A DESCRIPTION MAY use any construct from XML Schema 1.0.

       SOAP::WSDL's WSDL parser doen not allow all constructs from XML Schema 1.0 to be used.

       TODO become "minimal conformant".

RULES NOT APPLICABLE

   R0004
        A MESSAGE MAY contain conformance claims, as specified in the conformance claim schema.

       SOAP::WSDL::Serializer::SOAP11 does not add conformance claims.  Other serializers may act
       different.

   R0005
        A MESSAGE's conformance claims MUST be carried as SOAP header blocks.

       SOAP::WSDL::Serializer::SOAP11 does not add conformance claims.  Other serializers may act
       different.

   R0006
        A MESSAGE MAY contain conformance claims for more than one profile.

       SOAP::WSDL::Serializer::SOAP11 does not add conformance claims.  Other serializers may act
       different.

   R0007
        A SENDER MUST NOT use the soap:mustUnderstand attribute when sending a SOAP
        header block containing a conformance claim.

       SOAP::WSDL::Serializer::SOAP11 does not add conformance claims.  Other serializers may act
       different.

   R3020
        REGDATA of type uddi:tModel claiming conformance with a Profile MUST be
        categorized using the ws-i-org:conformsTo:2002_12 taxonomy.

       SOAP::WSDL does not publish web services yet.

   R3030
        REGDATA of type uddi:tModel claiming conformance with a Profile MUST use
        the ws-i-org:conformsTo:2002_12 categorization value corresponding to
        the conformance claim URI for that Profile.

       SOAP::WSDL does not publish web services yet.

   R3021
        A REGISTRY MUST support the WS-I Conformance category system by adding
        the ws-i-org:conformsTo:2002_12 tModel definition to its registry content.

       SOAP::WSDL does not publish web services yet.

   R3005
        REGDATA other than uddi:tModel elements representing conformant Web service
        types MUST NOT be categorized using the ws-i-org:conformsTo:2002_12
        taxonomy and a categorization of "http://ws-i.org/profiles/basic/1.0".

       SOAP::WSDL does not publish web services yet.

   R3004
        REGDATA of type uddi:tModel MUST be constructed so that the conformance
        claim it makes is consistent with the conformance claim made by the
        wsdl:binding to which it refers.

       SOAP::WSDL does not publish web services yet.

   R1000
        When a MESSAGE contains a soap:Fault element, that element MUST NOT have element
        children other than faultcode, faultstring, faultactor and detail.

       SOAP::WSDL does not send fault messages. However, SOAP::WSDL::SOAP::Typelib::Fault11
       complies to this rule.

   R1001
        When a MESSAGE contains a soap:Fault element its element children MUST be
        unqualified.

       SOAP::WSDL does not send fault messages. However, SOAP::WSDL::SOAP::Typelib::Fault11
       complies to this rule.

   R1004
        When a MESSAGE contains a faultcode element the content of that element
        SHOULD be one of the fault codes defined in SOAP 1.1 or a namespace qualified
        fault code.

       SOAP::WSDL does not send fault messages. However, the fault issued by
       SOAP::WSDL::Deserializer comply to this rule.

   R1031
        When a MESSAGE contains a faultcode element the content of that element SHOULD
        NOT use of the SOAP 1.1 "dot" notation to refine the meaning of the Fault.

       SOAP::WSDL does not send fault messages. However, the fault issued by
       SOAP::WSDL::Deserializer comply to this rule.

   R1013
        A MESSAGE containing a soap:mustUnderstand attribute MUST only use the lexical
        forms "0" and "1".

       SOAP::WSDL does not add soap:mustUnderstand attributes.

   R1025
        A RECEIVER MUST handle messages in such a way that it appears that all
        checking of mandatory header blocks is performed before any actual
        processing.

       SOAP::WSDL does not check mandatory header blocks yet.

   R1027
        A RECEIVER MUST generate a "soap:MustUnderstand" fault when a message
        contains a mandatory header block (i.e., one that has a soap:mustUnderstand
        attribute with the value "1") targeted at the receiver (via soap:actor)
        that the receiver does not understand.

       SOAP::WSDL does not check mandatory header blocks yet.

   R1120
        An INSTANCE MAY use the HTTP state mechanism ("Cookies").

       SOAP::WSDL::Server::CGI does not use cookies. A web server running a
       SOAP::WSDL::Server::CGI script may use cookies..

   R1122
        An INSTANCE using Cookies SHOULD conform to RFC2965.

       SOAP::WSDL::Server::CGI does not use cookies. A web server running a
       SOAP::WSDL::Server::CGI script may use cookies..

   R1121
        An INSTANCE SHOULD NOT require consumer support for Cookies in order to
        function correctly

       SOAP::WSDL::Server::CGI does not use cookies. A web server running a
       SOAP::WSDL::Server::CGI script may use cookies.

   R1123
        The value of the cookie MUST be considered to be opaque by the CONSUMER.

       SOAP::WSDL::Server::CGI does not use cookies. A web server running a
       SOAP::WSDL::Server::CGI script may use cookies.

   R2028
        A DESCRIPTION using the WSDL namespace (prefixed "wsdl" in this Profile)
        MUST be valid according to the XML Schema found at
        "http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/wsdl/2003-02-11.xsd".

       See 2029.

   R2029
        A DESCRIPTION using the WSDL SOAP binding namespace (prefixed "soapbind"
        in this Profile) MUST be valid according to the XML Schema found at
        "http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/wsdl/soap/2003-02-11.xsd".

       Although the Profile requires WSDL descriptions to be Schema valid, it does not require
       consumers to validate WSDL documents.

       It is the responsibility of a WSDL document's author to assure that it is Schema valid.

   R2001
        A DESCRIPTION MUST only use the WSDL "import" statement to import another
        WSDL description.

       SOAP::WSDL (partially) supports the wsdl:import statement. The wsdl:include statement is
       not supported.

       It's the responsibility of the WSDL author to use only the wsdl:import statement for
       importing WSDL descriptions.

   R2002
        To import XML Schema Definitions, a DESCRIPTION MUST use the XML Schema
        "import" statement.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2003
        A DESCRIPTION MUST use the XML Schema "import" statement only within the
        xsd:schema element of the types section.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2004
        A DESCRIPTION MUST NOT use the XML Schema "import" statement to import a
        Schema from any document whose root element is not "schema" from the
        namespace "http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema".

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2009
        An XML Schema directly or indirectly imported by a DESCRIPTION MAY include
        the Unicode Byte Order Mark (BOM).

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2010
        An XML Schema directly or indirectly imported by a DESCRIPTION MUST
        use either UTF-8 or UTF-16 encoding.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2011
        An XML Schema directly or indirectly imported by a DESCRIPTION MUST use
        version 1.0 of the eXtensible Markup Language W3C Recommendation.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2007
        A DESCRIPTION MUST specify a non-empty location attribute on the wsdl:import
        element.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2022
        When they appear in a DESCRIPTION, wsdl:import elements MUST precede all
        other elements from the WSDL namespace except wsdl:documentation.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2023
        When they appear in a DESCRIPTION, wsdl:types elements MUST precede all
        other elements from the WSDL namespace except wsdl:documentation and
        wsdl:import.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R4004
        A DESCRIPTION MUST use version 1.0 of the eXtensible Markup Language W3C
        Recommendation.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2005
        The targetNamespace attribute on the wsdl:definitions element of a
        description that is being imported MUST have same the value as the
        namespace attribute on the wsdl:import element in the importing
        DESCRIPTION.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2021
        The wsdl:documentation element MAY occur as a child of the wsdl:part
        element in a DESCRIPTION.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2025
        A DESCRIPTION containing WSDL extensions MUST NOT use them to
        contradict other requirements of the Profile.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2026
        A DESCRIPTION SHOULD NOT include extension elements with a wsdl:required
        attribute value of "true" on any WSDL construct (wsdl:binding,
        wsdl:portType, wsdl:message, wsdl:types or wsdl:import) that claims
        conformance to the Profile.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2101
        A DESCRIPTION MUST NOT use QName references to elements in namespaces that
        have been neither imported, nor defined in the referring WSDL document.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2102
        A QName reference to a Schema component in a DESCRIPTION MUST use the
        namespace defined in the targetNamespace attribute on the xsd:schema
        element, or to a namespace defined in the namespace attribute on an
        xsd:import element within the xsd:schema element.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2105
        All xsd:schema elements contained in a wsdl:types element of a
        DESCRIPTION MUST have a targetNamespace attribute with a valid and non-null
        value, UNLESS the xsd:schema element has xsd:import and/or
        xsd:annotation as its only child element(s).

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2110
        In a DESCRIPTION, array declarations MUST NOT extend or restrict the
        soapenc:Array type.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2111
        In a DESCRIPTION, array declarations MUST NOT use wsdl:arrayType attribute
        in the type declaration.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2112
        In a DESCRIPTION, array declaration wrapper elements SHOULD NOT be named
        using the convention ArrayOfXXX.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2201
        A document-literal binding in a DESCRIPTION MUST, in each of its
        soapbind:body element(s), have at most one part listed in the parts
        attribute, if the parts attribute is specified.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2210
        If a document-literal binding in a DESCRIPTION does not specify the parts
        attribute on a soapbind:body element, the corresponding abstract
        wsdl:message MUST define zero or one wsdl:parts.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2202
        A wsdl:binding in a DESCRIPTION MAY contain soapbind:body element(s) that
        specify that zero parts form the soap:Body.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2203
        An rpc-literal binding in a DESCRIPTION MUST refer, in its soapbind:body
        element(s), only to wsdl:part element(s) that have been defined using the
        type attribute.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2211
        A MESSAGE described with an rpc-literal binding MUST NOT have the xsi:nil
        attribute with a value of "1" or "true" on the part accessors.

   R2207
        A wsdl:message in a DESCRIPTION MAY contain wsdl:parts that use the
        elements attribute provided those wsdl:parts are not referred to by a
        soapbind:body in an rpc-literal binding.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2204
        A document-literal binding in a DESCRIPTION MUST refer, in each of its
        soapbind:body element(s), only to wsdl:part element(s) that have been
        defined using the element attribute.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

       Note: SOAP::WSDL requires that a DESCRIPTION confirms to these rules.

   R2208
        A binding in a DESCRIPTION MAY contain soapbind:header element(s) that
        refer to wsdl:parts in the same wsdl:message that are referred to by its
        soapbind:body element(s).

   R2205
        A wsdl:binding in a DESCRIPTION MUST refer, in each of its soapbind:header,
        soapbind:headerfault and soapbind:fault elements, only to wsdl:part
        element(s) that have been defined using the element attribute.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2209
        A wsdl:binding in a DESCRIPTION SHOULD bind every wsdl:part of a
        wsdl:message in the wsdl:portType to which it refers to one of
        soapbind:body, soapbind:header, soapbind:fault or soapbind:headerfault.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2206
        A wsdl:message in a DESCRIPTION containing a wsdl:part that uses the
        element attribute MUST refer, in that attribute, to a global element
        declaration.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2302
        A DESCRIPTION MAY use the parameterOrder attribute of an
        wsdl:operation element to indicate the return value and method
        signatures as a hint to code generators.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2303
        A DESCRIPTION MUST NOT use Solicit-Response and Notification type
        operations in a wsdl:portType definition.

   R2304
        A wsdl:portType in a DESCRIPTION MUST have operations with distinct
        values for their name attributes.

       Note: SOAP::WSDL requires that a DESCRIPTION confirms to these rules.

   R2305
        A wsdl:portType in a DESCRIPTION MUST be constructed so that the
        parameterOrder attribute, if present, omits at most 1 wsdl:part
        from the output message.

   R2306
        A wsdl:message in a DESCRIPTION MUST NOT specify both type and
        element attributes on the same wsdl:part.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2401
        A wsdl:binding element in a DESCRIPTION MUST use WSDL SOAP
        Binding as defined in WSDL 1.1 Section 3.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2701
        The wsdl:binding element in a DESCRIPTION MUST be constructed so
        that its soapbind:binding child element specifies the transport
        attribute.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2702
        A wsdl:binding element in a DESCRIPTION MUST specify the HTTP
        transport protocol with SOAP binding. Specifically, the transport
        attribute of its soapbind:binding child MUST have the value
        "http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/http".

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2705
        A wsdl:binding in a DESCRIPTION MUST use either be a rpc-literal
        binding or a document-literal binding.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

       Note: SOAP::WSDL does not support rpc-literal bindings yet.

   R2706
        A wsdl:binding in a DESCRIPTION MUST use the value of "literal"
        for the use attribute in all soapbind:body, soapbind:fault,
        soapbind:header and soapbind:headerfault elements.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2707
        A wsdl:binding in a DESCRIPTION that contains one or more
        soapbind:body, soapbind:fault, soapbind:header or soapbind:headerfault
        elements that do not specify the use attribute MUST be interpreted as
        though the value "literal" had been specified in each case.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2709
        A wsdl:portType in a DESCRIPTION MAY have zero or more wsdl:bindings
        that refer to it, defined in the same or other WSDL documents.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2710
        The operations in a wsdl:binding in a DESCRIPTION MUST result in wire
        signatures that are different from one another.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2711
        A DESCRIPTION SHOULD NOT have more than one wsdl:port with the same
        value for the location attribute of the soapbind:address element.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2714
       For one-way operations, an INSTANCE MUST NOT return a HTTP response that contains a SOAP
       envelope. Specifically, the HTTP response entity-body must be empty.

       SOAP::WSDL does not act as a server, yet.

   R2727
        For one-way operations, a CONSUMER MUST NOT interpret a successful
        HTTP response status code (i.e., 2xx) to mean the message is valid
        or that the receiver would process it.

       SOAP::WSDL regards a successful HTTP status code for a one-way operation as an
       acknowledgement of the RECEIVER having receive (not processed!)  the message.

       SOAP::WSDL makes no assumptions about the processing of SOAP messages, but higher level
       clients may do.

   R2716
        A document-literal binding in a DESCRIPTION MUST NOT have the
        namespace attribute specified on contained soapbind:body,
        soapbind:header, soapbind:headerfault and soapbind:fault elements.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2717
        An rpc-literal binding in a DESCRIPTION MUST have the namespace attribute
        specified, the value of which MUST be an absolute URI, on
        contained soapbind:body elements.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2726
        An rpc-literal binding in a DESCRIPTION MUST NOT have the namespace
        attribute specified on contained soapbind:header, soapbind:headerfault
        and soapbind:fault elements.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2718
        A wsdl:binding in a DESCRIPTION MUST have the same set of
        wsdl:operations as the wsdl:portType to which it refers

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2719
        A wsdl:binding in a DESCRIPTION MAY contain no soapbind:headerfault
        elements if there are no known header faults.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2740
        A wsdl:binding in a DESCRIPTION SHOULD contain a  soapbind:fault describing
        each known fault.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2741
        A wsdl:binding in a DESCRIPTION SHOULD contain a soapbind:headerfault
        describing each known header fault.

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

   R2743
        A MESSAGE MAY contain the details of a header processing related fault in a
        SOAP header block that is not described by a wsdl:headerfault element in the
        corresponding WSDL description.

   R2720
        A wsdl:binding in a DESCRIPTION MUST use the attribute named part with a
        schema type of "NMTOKEN" on all contained soapbind:header and
        soapbind:headerfault elements.

   R2749
        A wsdl:binding in a DESCRIPTION MUST NOT use the attribute named parts on
        contained soapbind:header and soapbind:headerfault elements.

   R2721
        A wsdl:binding in a DESCRIPTION MUST have the name attribute specified on all
        contained soapbind:fault elements.

   R2754
        In a DESCRIPTION, the value of the name attribute on a soapbind:fault element
        MUST match the value of the name attribute on its parent wsdl:fault element.

   R2722
        A wsdl:binding in a DESCRIPTION MAY specify the use attribute on contained
        soapbind:fault elements.

   R2723
        If in a wsdl:binding in a DESCRIPTION the use attribute on a contained
        soapbind:fault element is present, its value MUST be "literal".

   R2728
        A wsdl:binding in a DESCRIPTION that omits the use attribute on a contained
        soapbind:fault element MUST be interpreted as though use="literal" had been
        specified.

   R2724
        If an INSTANCE receives a message that is inconsistent with its WSDL
        description, it SHOULD generate a soap:Fault with a faultcode of "Client",
        unless a "MustUnderstand" or "VersionMismatch" fault is generated.

   R2725
        If an INSTANCE receives a message that is inconsistent with its WSDL
        description, it MUST check for "VersionMismatch", "MustUnderstand" and
        "Client" fault conditions in that order.

   R2729
        A MESSAGE described with an rpc-literal binding that is a response message
        MUST have a wrapper element whose name is the corresponding wsdl:operation
        name suffixed with the string "Response".

   R2735
        A MESSAGE described with an rpc-literal binding MUST place the part accessor
        elements for parameters and return value in no namespace.

   R2737
        A MESSAGE described with an rpc-literal binding MUST namespace qualify the
        children of part accessor elements for the parameters and the return value
        with the targetNamespace in which their types are defined.

   R2738
        A MESSAGE MUST include all soapbind:headers specified on a wsdl:input or
        wsdl:output of a wsdl:operation of a wsdl:binding that describes it.

   R2739
        A MESSAGE MAY contain SOAP header blocks that are not described in the
        wsdl:binding that describes it.

   R2753
        A MESSAGE containing SOAP header blocks that are not described in the
        appropriate wsdl:binding MAY have the mustUnderstand attribute on such SOAP
        header blocks set to '1'.

   R2751
        The order of soapbind:header elements in soapbind:binding  sections of a
        DESCRIPTION MUST be considered independent of the order of SOAP header blocks
        in the message.

   R2752
        A MESSAGE MAY contain more than one instance of each SOAP header block for
        each soapbind:header element in the appropriate child of soapbind:binding in
        the corresponding description.

   R2801
        A DESCRIPTION MUST use XML Schema 1.0 Recommendation as the basis of user
        defined datatypes and structures.

   R3100
        REGDATA of type uddi:bindingTemplate representing a conformant INSTANCE MUST
        contain the uddi:accessPoint element.

   R3002
        REGDATA of type uddi:tModel representing a conformant Web service type MUST
        use WSDL as the description language.

   R3003
        REGDATA of type uddi:tModel representing a conformant Web service type MUST be
        categorized using the uddi:types taxonomy and a categorization of "wsdlSpec".

   R3010
        REGDATA of type uddi:tModel representing a conformant Web service type MUST
        follow V1.08 of the UDDI Best Practice for Using WSDL in a UDDI Registry.

   R3011
        The wsdl:binding that is referenced by REGDATA of type uddi:tModel MUST itself
        conform to the Profile.

   R5001
        If an INSTANCE requires the use of HTTPS, the location attribute of the
        soapbind:address element in its wsdl:port description MUST be a URI whose
        scheme is "https"; otherwise it MUST be a URI whose scheme is "http".

       SOAP::WSDL has no means of generating WSDL definitions.

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       legal notice from the document source applies.

       Rest of this file: Copyright 2007 Martin Kutter.

       This file is part of SOAP-WSDL. You may distribute/modify it under the same terms as perl
       itself

AUTHOR

       Martin Kutter <martin.kutter fen-net.de>

REPOSITORY INFORMATION

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