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How do I create a webservice skeleton from a wsdl file?

I was wondering how I could get started to implement a webservice in Visual
Studio 2005 based on an existing wsdl file.
Feb 8 '07 #1
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You can use the .NET tool wsdl.exe to generate a service base class. You can
then create a new service that inherits from the base and Bob's yer uncle.

Andrew

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>I was wondering how I could get started to implement a webservice in Visual
Studio 2005 based on an existing wsdl file.

Feb 8 '07 #2
BTW. what is the preferred method to create a wsdl based on paper
instructions of a webservice?
E.g. tool?

"Andrew Brook" <yk****@hotmail.comwrote in message
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You can use the .NET tool wsdl.exe to generate a service base class. You
can then create a new service that inherits from the base and Bob's yer
uncle.

Andrew

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>>I was wondering how I could get started to implement a webservice in
Visual Studio 2005 based on an existing wsdl file.


Feb 8 '07 #3

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