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I have created a WCF web service project using visual studio 2012. I published the service on local IIS on my own machine. I also wrote a client using the same version of visual studio and I can easily connect and use the service.
Now, I need to write the client using java Or C++ as I have to write the client for Linux base systems also. In all of the tutorials I found they address a file with .WSDL extension to call from client. There is no such a file in my web service project and also in published location.
How can I call my WCF web service using java or C++.
Posted 5-Jul-13 19:52pm

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It may seems funny but it was in front of my eyes. Actually I don't know where is the wsdl file but when I right click on my service.svc in IIS and brows the .svc file, it shows a page which has two links for the .wsdl. I used the second ulr in the page as a reference to my service wsdl.
I wish it help someone who is looking for the same topic.

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