Cameron Laird's personal notes on WSDL validation

Yes, yes, I know, in principle all WSDL instances are outputs of automatic processes, and therefore need no validation (compare, though, "WSDL first"). I'll summarize my own experience: I frequently find value in validation of a WSDL, that is, I frequently am involved in invalid WSDL instances.

Available validators impress me far less as an ensemble than the glowing descriptions I've found of them. Here are my own notes on the only ones I've found worth consideration:


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