what is a relation between rdf and wsdl?

asked 04 Jan '13, 12:14

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select distinct ?relation where { :rdf ?relation :wsdl }

Seriously, see this link: http://www.w3.org/TR/wsdl20-rdf/

Web Services Description Language (WSDL) provides a model and an XML format for describing Web services. This document describes a representation of that model in the Resource Description Language (RDF) and in the Web Ontology Language (OWL), and a mapping procedure for transforming particular WSDL descriptions into their RDF form.

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answered 05 Jan '13, 09:58

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The work of the Semantic Annotations for WSDL (SAWSDL) Working Group which was started by W3C in April 2006 and finished in August 2007 as a recommendation, may be relevant to your question.

The Semantic Annotations for WSDL and XML Schema (SAWSDL) W3C Recommendation defines mechanisms using semantic annotations that can be added to WSDL components. SAWSDL does not specify a language for representing the semantic models, e.g. ontologies. Instead, it provides mechanisms by which concepts from the semantic models that are defined either within or outside the WSDL document can be referenced from within WSDL components as annotations. These semantics when expressed in formal languages can help disambiguate the description of Web services during automatic discovery and composition of the Web services.

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answered 06 Jan '13, 00:13

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You can also refer to this link for further reading: WS-RDF

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answered 09 Jan '13, 10:28

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