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Next, a WSDL document that contains the binding and service elements of a
WSDL definition is loaded, as shown in Figure 6-26. This document imports the
interface WSDL that was loaded in the previous step. The other elements of the
service model are created appropriately and are related to the corresponding
logical entities by the correlator modifier.
Figure 6-26 A WSDL document containing the service and binding elements of a WSDL definition is loaded
In Figure 6-27, the third and fourth WSDL documents are loaded. Each
document contains the service and binding elements and imports the interface
WSDL that was loaded during the first step. The name, namespace, and version
of the service and binding elements are the same as the prior service and
binding WSDL document.
The correlator modifier correlates the logical WSDL service and WSDL binding
entities to the existing service and service binding entities of the service model.
However, the name of the port element is different. Each port contains a different
location address for three different deployment environments. Thus, three
service endpoint entities corresponding to three WSDL port logical elements are
created by the correlator modifier with the appropriate relationships between
Service Model WSDL Logical Model
WSDL document 2
with Binding + Service