We often search for the PeopleSoft Tools Meta Data tables for various reasons.
There are a lot of blog and websites providing these details on the Internet. In this blog I will only post just consolidate list of them.
WADL and WSDL 2.0 HTTP binding are similar but do have some differences. Each
specification has both its pros and cons. In short, WADL is simple and has limited scope. By
design, WADL is limited to describing HTTP applications and does not address features such
as security. On the other hand, the WSDL 2.0 HTTP binding is more feature rich, at the cost
of increased complexity, yet still lacks a true resource-centric model.
It will be interesting to watch as each of these technologies matures and gains broader