Specifies various options to use when generating .NET Framework types for use with an XML Web Service.
This enumeration has a FlagsAttribute attribute that allows a bitwise combination of its member values.Namespace: System.Xml.Serialization
Assembly: System.Xml (in System.Xml.dll)
|Represents primitive types by fields and primitive types by System namespace types.|
|Represents primitive types by properties.|
|Creates events for the asynchronous invocation of Web methods.|
|Creates Begin and End methods for the asynchronous invocation of Web methods.|
|Generates explicitly ordered serialization code as specified through the Order property of the XmlAnyElementAttribute, XmlArrayAttribute, and XmlElementAttribute attributes.|
|Enables data binding.|
A Web Service Description Language (WSDL) file typically describes a class in XML schema language as an xsd:complex type composed of various primitive xsd:complex and xsd:simple types. When generating a .NET Framework class that represents a given xsd:complex type, you must choose how to represent the various primitive types it contains.
By default, each primitive is implemented as a field. If you specify the option, each primitive type is instead implemented as a property.
Ordering of Serialization Code
The member instructs the code generator to create the serialization code in a specific order as determined by the Order property of the following attributes:
Once the Order property has been set on one public property or field in a type, it must be applied to all public properties and fields for that type and all inherited types.
The following example illustrates the use of the enumeration to specify the behavior of a ServiceDescriptionImporter object.
// Generate properties to represent primitive values. importer.CodeGenerationOptions = System.Xml.Serialization.CodeGenerationOptions.GenerateProperties;
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