System.Web.Services.Description ( class

A WSDL document defines abstract information for data types, messages, and operations. A binding bridges the gap between abstract, protocol-independent information, and the encoding of that information (the concrete physical representation of messages on the wire). The Binding class represents the WSDL <binding> element, which provides binding information for a single protocol. For example, the WSDL document ASP.NET generates for a web service called StockQuotes would have three bindings: StockQuotesHttpGet, StockQuotesHttpPost, and StockQuotesSoap.

A Binding contains a collection of OperationBinding objects (provided through the Operations property). Bindings must define WSDL ports (represented by the Port class).

public sealed class Binding : DocumentableItem {
// Public Constructors
   public Binding( );
// Public Instance Properties
   public ServiceDescriptionFormatExtensionCollection Extensions{get; }
   public string Name{set; get; }
   public OperationBindingCollection Operations{get; }
   public ServiceDescription ServiceDescription{get; }
   public XmlQualifiedName Type{set; get; }


System.Object DocumentableItem Binding

Returned By

BindingCollection.this, OperationBinding.Binding, ProtocolImporter.Binding, ProtocolReflector.Binding, ServiceDescriptionCollection.GetBinding( )

Passed To

BindingCollection.{Add( ), Contains( ), CopyTo( ), IndexOf( ), Insert( ), Remove( ), this}

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