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In this article, the authors describe a utility tool that will help customize WSDL to contain the security
information and XML schemas for a service based on the WSDL 1.1 specification. [theserverside.com]

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What happens when neither the default WSDL type system nor the default encoding meet your application’s needs? Don’t worry, you can use custom data types and encoding formats in conjunction with Java to solve the problem. [devx.com]


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