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From Uthaiyashankar <>
Subject Re: How to wrap the Calculator WSDL for .Net?
Date Tue, 31 Mar 2009 04:53:23 GMT
Hi Sam,

You can use svcutil.exe to generate C# code. When you generate code using
svcutil, you can see the code is generated as you expected. I am attaching
the code I generated using svcutil for your reference.


On Tue, Mar 31, 2009 at 5:38 AM, Sam Carleton <>wrote:

> I just created a .Net client to call the sample Calculator service that is
> in the Axis2/C source and it has the standard calling convention of:
> Calculator.addResponse add(Calculator.addRequest request);
> According to what I read in "Developing Web Services with Apache Axis2" by
> Kent Ka lok Tong, if the WSDL is correctly wrapped, the calling convention
> would be along these lines:
> int add(int param1, int param2);
> From what I can tell the WSDL is correctly wrapped.  Is there something
> else I need to be doing?  The way I am adding the reference to the C# code
> is by going to Service References, right clicking and selecting Add Service
> Reference, and finally giving it the wsdl:
> http://localhost:8042/axis2/services/Calculator?wsdl
> I have not changed anything about the Calculator service.
> Sam

Software Architect
WSO2 Inc. - "The Open Source SOA Company"

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