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Web Services
Creating OpenEdge SOAP Web Services : Exposing AppServer Applications as OpenEdge SOAP Web Services : Deciding how to expose your application : Web service objects and the WSDL file : Object representation
Object representation
WSDL does not have an inherent concept of objects for encapsulating operations. However, OpenEdge Web services follow common usage in representing each Web service object within a unique namespace of the WSDL file. Typically, interface generators code each such object defined in the WSDL file as a corresponding object in the client interface. However, the interface generator on a particular client platform ultimately determines how each WSDL object is represented in the client development language.