wsdl - Mono's Web Service Proxy Generator
wsdl [options] [path | url]
wsdl is a tool for generating proxy classes that can be used to access to web services. The tool reads a WSDL document from the provided path or url, and downloads referenced schemas or other WSDL documents if needed. This tool is used to target the 1.x API, for targetting the 2.x API, please use the wsdl2 tool.
The following options are available: -appsettingurlkey:key -urlkey:key Specifies that the url for the services should be read from the <appsettings> section of the configuration file, using the provided key. -appsettingbaseurl:url , -baseurl:url Specifies a base URL for the service. The final URL will be constructed by combining this value with the URL read from the -appsettingurlkey option, and the -type:typename, assembly Generate a proxy for a compiled web service class. The URL parameter can be used to providethe location of the service. location attribute specified in the WSDL document. -language:language , -l Language of the code to generate. It can be CS for C# (default), Boo for Boo and VB for Visual.Basic. Alternatively you can specify a full type name for a CodeProvider, for example, you could use this to generate code for the imaginary "MyLan" language which has the following full type: wsdl myservice.wsdl -language:MyLan.MyLanCodeProvider, MyLan.CodeDom, Version=22.214.171.124, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=xxyy' -namespace:name , -n:name The namespace of the generated classes. If none is specified, the default namespace is used. -out:filename , -o:filename The target file for generated code. -protocol:protocol , -p:protocol The protocol for which to generate code. It can be Soap (default), HttpGet or HttpPost. -sample:METHOD This will display XML request and reply of the sample invocations to that SOAP message. You can use the -protocol: option to render the message in different forms. -server Generate a server skeleton instead of a client proxy. -nologo Supress the startup logo. -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.
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wsdl is released under the terms of the GNU GPL.
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