Monday, 27 October 2008

Have WSDL or XSD; Need c# Class Interface

When you want to access a external web service inside you .NET c# code, you take the WSDL and generate a stub class.

To do this you can use the WSDL.exe which can be found inside the Visual studio folders (in my case here: "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 8\SDK\v2.0\Bin\wsdl.exe" )

Microsoft link: link

If you on the other hand wants to use some classes described in an XML-file, you should instead use xsd.exe

C:\projects\ebXML>xsd.exe rim.xsd /classes

that will autogenerate .NET c# classes for each element in the xsd.

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