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The CapeStudio RAD web services development tool enables software developers to build and deploy web services. CapeStudio automatically generates code for Java or Visual Basic from web services description language (WSDL) files, which describe the interfaces to web services, reducing the time needed to build the service. A graphical environment for defining bidirectional transformations between XML and SOAP messages is also included in CapeStudio. It is a standalone environment that works with any web services platform that adheres to the XML, SOAP, WSDL and UDDI industry standards.
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