The following EBNF grammar describes the syntax for the URL
The EBNF uses the same Basic EBNF notation as the W3C specification of
XML, located here:
<URL> ::= "http://" <host> ":" <port> <path> ["?" <query>] ["#" <fragment-id>]
<path> ::= "/" <prefix> ["/" <service-name> ["/" <path-step-list>]]
<prefix> ::= "ws"
<path-step-list> ::= <path-step-name> ["/" <path-step-list>]
<query> ::= <query-parameter-list>
<query-parameter-list> ::= <query-parameter> ["&" <query-parameter-list>]
<query-parameter> ::= <query-parameter-name> ["=" <query-parameter-value>]
Note these important items about the syntax:
- Reserved items in this
syntax include terms used by the grammar, such as
<path> == <prefix>, then the list
operation is executed to list currently available services.
- All quoted strings are
<path> includes a service name, the
corresponding XQuery main module will be evaluated. If there is no
corresponding main module, then a 404 Not Found message is returned.
<path> does not include a service name, an
administrative operation identified by the query parameter
op will be performed.
Viewing a list of available Web services
The following command returns a list of available Web services