Oreilly has an article on the upcomming release of rotor. I got a chance to talk to two folks from the rotor team during techfest last friday. I wish them luck with thier release, and I think it would be cool to have a user community around rotor, porting it to every platform under the sun, doing research projects, etc. My excitement will be the oppurtunity to peek inside the CLR and see how it ticks.
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I've noticed that the stuff I'm missing is now available in Sam Ruby's A Busy Developer's Guide to WSDL 1.1, Part II. The piece of the pie I seem to be missing is the <s:sequence> and min/max occurs. Let's update and see what happens. Update: It Works! Vs.net now has useful type info. Yay! Thanks goes out to Simon Fell and Sam Ruby.
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So last night I tried to update my attempt at making an WSDL file for weblogs.com based on the feedback I got from Simon Fell. The result is this. It works far enough to cause a ping, but I don't have the return structure happy enough to use in vs.net.
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