System.Runtime.Remoting.MetadataServices

System.Runtime.Remoting.MetadataServices Namespace

 

The System.Runtime.Remoting.MetadataServices namespace contains the classes that are used by the Soapsuds Tool (Soapsuds.exe) command-line tool and the user code to convert metadata to and from XML schema for the remoting infrastructure. Some of the most important classes of this namespace are the SdlChannelSink class and the MetaData class.

ClassDescription
System_CAPS_pubclassMetaData

Provides methods that allow you to work with XML schema.

System_CAPS_pubclassSdlChannelSink

Provides the implementation for a server channel sink that generates Web Services Description Language (WSDL) dynamically on the server.

System_CAPS_pubclassSdlChannelSinkProvider

Provides the implementation for the server channel sink provider that creates SdlChannelSink instances.

System_CAPS_pubclassServiceType

Associates a well-known object type that is passed to the Web Services Description Language (WSDL) generator with a remote endpoint that can process messages that are sent to a method on the type.

System_CAPS_pubclassSUDSGeneratorException

The exception that is thrown if an error occurs during the generation of Web Services Description Language (WSDL).

System_CAPS_pubclassSUDSParserException

The exception that is thrown if an error occurs during parsing of the Web Services Description Language (WSDL).

EnumerationDescription
System_CAPS_pubenumSdlType

Specifies the schema type that is used to describe services that are provided by an application.

The SdlChannelSink class is used by the remoting infrastructure to generate Web Services Description Language (WSDL) on the server side.

The MetaData class provides the functionality of the Soapsuds Tool (Soapsuds.exe) command-line tool, and can be used programmatically to achieve the same outcome. The methods of the MetaData class can be used to create XML schemas that describe services that are exposed in source code, and to create C# code from XML schema.

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