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Bindings are defined in a contract using the WSDL binding element. The binding element has a single attribute, name, that specifies a unique name for the binding. The value of this attribute is used to associate the binding with an endpoint as discussed in Defining Your Logical Interfaces in Writing WSDL Contracts.

The actual mappings are defined in the children of the binding element. These elements vary depending on the type of payload format you decide to use. The different payload formats and the elements used to specify their mappings are discussed in the following chapters.

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