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Microsoft® .NET XML Web Services Step by Step by Allen Jones, Adam Freeman

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Chapter 16. Manually Creating Proxies

In this chapter, you will learn how to:

  • Create proxy code files using the Wsdl.exe tool.

  • Create XML Web service clients using DLL libraries.

Throughout this book, we have created proxy classes for XML Web service projects using the built-in support of Microsoft Visual Studio .NET. This approach is simple and easy, and it ensures that your XML Web service client has the required information to make use of the service.

In this chapter, we explain how to create proxies manually using Wsdl.exe, a command-line tool that is included with Visual Studio .NET. This tool provides you with greater control over how a proxy class is created, but it does so at the cost of the simplicity that comes with using Visual Studio .NET. ...

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