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I am working on how to call a web service dynamically using SOAP (language c#). For this purpose, my program gets the WSDL and parses it to create the SOAP request.

How can I assure that a web service supports the SOAP protocol by looking at WSDL?

Posted 4-Apr-11 23:20pm
Updated 5-Apr-11 0:18am
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Solution 1

The bindings section in the WSDL file should tell that.
mjbohn 5-Apr-11 8:02am
you should at least like <soap:binding transport="http://some/URI/blabla" xmlns:soap="#unknown"></soap:binding>
mjbohn 5-Apr-11 8:05am
you should have a look at ServiceReferences. There's no need to parse WSDL
d@nish 5-Apr-11 8:32am
Yes. But OP is doing parsing all by himself. Not sure why though.
mjbohn 5-Apr-11 8:53am
I wrote this for OP, hoping he reads the comment.
Didn't want to give a solution with just one sentence :)
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Solution 2

Thanks for replying.

mjbohn yes that is the only clue that you have mentioned(<soap:binding transport="http://some/URI/blabla" xmlns:soap="#unknown"></soap:binding>). Which will verify support of SOAP protocol by a web service.


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