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What is a WSDL schema?

A WSDL is a schematic description in which the message types of an API, an automatic data link, are specified. WSDL is an abbreviation that stands for Web Service Description Language and is a file in XML format with definitions and descriptions of data types.

The WSDL file describes which functionalities the API has, which variables are sent to the AI and which variables are returned to the client.

API is an abbreviation that stands for Application Programming Interface and is an automatic link between 2 systems. An API is used to exchange data, for example address details or online orders.


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