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# 1. In the WSDL view, right-click the port type node and choose Add → Binding and Service Port.
The Generate Binding and Service Port dialog box appears.
# Enter a name for the binding
# 1. In the WSDL view, right-click the port type node and choose Add → Binding and Service Port.\\The Generate Binding and Service Port dialog box appears.
# Enter a name for the binding.
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# Enter a name for the service.
# Enter a name for the port.
# Add the binding to a service port. If this option is selected, do the following:
## Enter a name for the service.
## Enter a name for the port.
# Complete the binding configuration.\\When a binding type is selected, the Generate Binding and Service Port dialog box provides configuration parameters specific to that binding type.\\ \\__Note:__ The HTTP and SOAP bindings do not provide configuration parameters in the Generate Binding and Service Port dialog box. \\ \\
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# In the WSDL view, right-click the Bindings node and choose Add Binding.
A binding node appears.
# If the Properties window is not visible, choose Window → Properties.
# Select the binding node.
# (Optional) Change the value of the Name property.
# Set the Type property to the port type that the binding will reference.
# Right-click the binding node, point to Add, and choose the desired binding type (for example, File Binding).
A node that identifies the binding type appears.
# Right-click the binding node and choose {{Add}} → {{Binding Operation}}.
# If the binding's port type has more than one operation, then the Select Operation dialog box appears. Choose one or more operations, and click OK.
One or more operation nodes appear.
# For information on how to configure the binding's extensibility elements, see the appropriate binding component user's guide.
# In the WSDL view, right-click the Bindings node and choose {{Add Binding}}.\\The Create New Binding dialog box appears.
# Select the port type.
# Enter a name for the binding.
# Select the type of binding.
# Select the binding subtype. The choices vary depending on the binding type.
# Add the binding to a service port. If this option is selected, do the following:
## Enter a name for the service.
## Enter a name for the port.
# Complete the binding configuration.\\When a binding type is selected, the Create New Binding dialog box provides configuration parameters specific to that binding type.\\ \\__Note:__ The HTTP and SOAP bindings do not provide configuration parameters in the Create New Binding dialog box.\\ \\
# Click OK.
A binding node and a service node appear.
The binding node contains an extensibility element (for example, file:binding) that identifies the type of binding. The binding node also contains one or more operation nodes.
The service node contains a port node. The port node contains an address extensibility element (for example, file:address).
# For information on how to configure the extensibility elements of the binding and service, see the appropriate binding component user's guide.
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# Press {{Delete}}.
# Press {{Delete}}.\\The Safe Delete dialog box appears and shows you the name of the component you selected to delete.
# Click {{Refactor}}. The dialog box displays a list of warning or errors related to the component you are deleting and gives you the option to {{Show Usages}} of the XML schema component or cancel the delete.
# To continue with the delete, click {{Refactor}}. The XML schema component and all references to the component are deleted.
!To undo a delete
You can undo refactoring changes by right-clicking any remaining binding component in and selecting Refactor → Undo from the pop-up menu. The IDE roles back all canges made in the files that were affected by the refactoring.
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You can use the WSDL Editor to create, edit, and delete services.[{Image src='ep-wsdl-guide-service.gif' width='' height='' alt='Image shows the service example in WSDL view of WSDL Editor' align='left|center|right' }]
You can use the WSDL Editor to create, edit, and delete services.[{Image src='ep-wsdl-guide-service.gif' width='544' height='383' alt='Image shows the service example in WSDL view of WSDL Editor' align='left|center|right' }]

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