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The W3C released WSDL 2.0 as a Candidate Recommendation on January 6, 2006. The Web Services Description Group, part of the Web Services Activity, made three main documents publicly available for review: Part 0: Primer - Intended to be a less-technical introduction to the main concepts described in the Core Language. Part 1: Core Language - Describes the elements for the abstract concepts and the constructs for binding concrete implementations found in the Adjuncts document. Part 2: Adjuncts - Defines the predefined extension points and mechanisms for pairing WSDL with its most likely partners SOAP and HTTP. The Candidate Recommendation, as a draft document, is intended for platform and tool vendors responsible for implementing the proposed standard. Implementations built using this version of the specification will help identify issues and potential gaps before the fi... (more)