By Microsoft Corporation
Development Interoperable net carrier: WS-I simple Profile 1.0 is meant to assist software program architects and builders layout and code internet companies which are interoperable. We emphasize "interoperable" simply because we think that you just already know how to enforce an internet carrier. Our objective is to teach you ways to make sure that your internet provider will paintings throughout a number of structures and programming languages and with different internet prone. Our philosophy is so you might most sensible in attaining interoperability by means of adhering to the information set forth via the internet prone Interoperability (WS-I) association of their easy Profile model 1.0. during this ebook, we are going to help you write internet providers that comply with these guidance. concentrating on interoperability ability there are a few internet carrier matters that fall outdoor the scope of the dialogue. those concerns comprise protection, functionality optimization, scalability, and bandwidth conservation.
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R2008 In a DESCRIPTION the value of the location attribute of a wsdl:import element SHOULD be treated as a hint. Not Applicable This rule is not applicable to creating a Web service. R2022 When they appear in a DESCRIPTION, wsdl:import elements MUST precede all other elements from the WSDL namespace except wsdl:documentation. NET Web service adheres to this rule. 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.
R1007 A MESSAGE described in an rpc-literal binding MUST NOT contain soap:encodingStyle attribute on any elements are grandchildren of soap:Body. NET Web service does not support an rpc-literal binding. R1008 A MESSAGE MUST NOT contain a Document Type Declaration. NET Web service properly handles a SOAP message that adheres to this rule. R1009 A MESSAGE MUST NOT contain Processing Instructions. NET Web service properly handles a SOAP message that adheres to this rule. R1010 A RECEIVER MUST accept messages that contain an XML Declaration.
R1125 An INSTANCE MUST use a 4xx HTTP status code for responses that indicate a problem with the format of the request. NET Web service is to return a 500 HTTP status code on any error result. 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. Compliant This is not mandatory. NET Web service is to return a 500 HTTP status code on any error result. Chapter 4: Applying Basic Profile Rules When Implementing Web Services 47 R1114 An INSTANCE SHOULD use a “405 Method not Allowed” HTTP status code if the request method was not “POST”.