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No WSDL , but as mentioned and linked to in previous replys , there are extensive REST endpoint docs.

Furthermore , our 6 language SDK's (java,javascript,python,ruby,c#,php) abstract the developer from having to really know the underlying semantics of the REST endpoints.

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I am not sure about the WDSL but an endpoint reference can be found here :http://docs.splunk.com/Documentation/Splunk/latest/RESTAPI/RESTlist

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No, there is no need to. You may be thinking of SOAP web services. Splunk uses REST.

You will find programming using REST is easier (subjective I know) because the API is less complex compared to the SOAP counterpart.

To help you better see the difference, I Googled "learning restful web services" and this like seemed helpful http://rest.elkstein.org

The Splunk doco takes it to the next contextual step here: http://dev.splunk.com/view/rest-api-overview/SP-CAAADP8

Happy Splunk coding!!

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