Note that these results indicate a databinding implementation is able to consume an example XML Schema wrapped in WSDL and later echo SOAP messages containing a valid instance of the XML document in the body. It is therefore possible for an implementation to simply echo the input XML, giving the impression that the XML Schema has been honoured and used to generate an internal data model presenting the input data with fidelity.

Additional tests, more dependent on the structure would be required to prove correctness, however, the Working Group believes that these tests provide a good indication of the interoperability of XML Schema based databinding tools.

Toolkit details

Language Mapping

Synthetic view

Passed and failed percentages

Total: passed - failed - skipped - total

Basic: passed - failed - skipped - total

Advanced: passed - failed - skipped - total

Pending: passed - failed - skipped - total

Failed Basic tests

Failed Advanced tests

In the report below:

(Green) indicates the service responded with a message equivalent to the request message.
(Red) indicates the service responded with a message different to the request message.
(White) indicates the test was not run. Often this is because the toolkit was unable to consume the XML Schema or WSDL document.

Detailed Results


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Paul Downey, Chair
Yves Lafon, W3C Team contact
$Date: 2007/04/20 14:40:30 $