soapsuds (-url:args | -types:args | -is:args | -ia:args) [options]
Creates XML schemas for services in an assembly and creates assemblies from a schema. You can also reference the schema via its URL. Use SoapSuds to create client applications that communicate with .NET remoting servers. Use Wsdl.exe to create clients that communicate with .NET Web Services.
soapsuds -url:http://localhost/myapp/app.soap?wsdl -os:app.xml
Specifies a domain name, if one is required for authentication.
Generates code (equivalent to -od:.).
Specifies an HTTP proxy name (use this when connecting through an HTTP proxy).
Specifies an HTTP proxy port (use this when connecting through an HTTP proxy).
Specifies an input assembly file from which to import types. Do not include the .exe or .dll extension.
Specifies the directory that contains .dll files.
Specifies the input schema file.
Creates a proxy that is not wrapped (the default is a wrapped proxy).
Writes output to an assembly file. SoapSuds also generates source code.
Specifies the output directory.
Writes output to an XML schema file.
Specifies a password, if one is required for authentication.
Specifies the namespace for generated proxy code. This should only be used for interop namespaces.
Specifies the URL for the WSDL's service endpoint.
Signs the generated assembly using the specified key file. See Sn.exe.
Specifies one or more input types, with optional assembly name and service endpoint.
Specifies the location of the XML schema.
Specifies a username, if one is required for authentication.
Creates a proxy that is wrapped (this is the default).