disco - Mono's Web Service Discovery Tool


   disco [options] url


   disco  is  a  tool  for discovering web services and for retireving the
   documents that describe those services.

   url is the location of a DISCO document, which includes a list of  WSDL
   documents, XML schemas and references to other DISCO documents.

   disco downloads the DISCO document and all referenced documents (unless
   the -nosave option is specified), and saves them to disk.


   The following options are available:

          Supress the startup logo.

          Do not save the discovered documents to disk. The default is  to
          save the documents.

   -o:directory , -out:directory
          The  directory  where  to  save  the  discovered  documents.  By
          default, documents are saved in the current directory.

   -u:username , -user:username
          The user name to use when connecting to the server.

   -p:password , -password:password
          The password to use when connecting to the server.

   -d:domain , -domain:domain
          The domain to use when connecting to the server.

          The url of the proxy server to use for http requests.

          The user name to use when connecting to the proxy.

          The password to use when connecting to the proxy.

          The domain to use when connecting to the proxy.


   Lluis Sanchez Gual (lluis@ximian.com)


   disco is released under the terms of the GNU GPL.


   wsdl(1), soapsuds(1), mono(1), mcs(1)



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