I think you should explain more clearly the problem, because it's not clear
from your post if you're simply unable to get the wsdl definition file for
an existing service, or that you do not have a way to generate one for your
On Fri, May 8, 2009 at 2:45 PM, Slim Roberts <Slim at intact.ie> wrote:
> People can any one help with this. I need to know how to get a WSDL
> definitions file for PHP. I can do it no problem for other languages but
> can not see any thing about PHP.
>> Many thanks
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