Given a WSDL source that describes a web service, the iAnywhere WSDL compiler generates a set of Java proxy classes, C# proxy classes, or SQL SOAP client procedures for SQL Anywhere that you include in your application.
The Java or C# classes generated by the WSDL compiler are intended for use with QAnywhere. These classes expose web service operations as method calls. The classes that are generated are:
For information about the generated proxy classes, see:
The WSDL compiler supports WSDL 1.1 and SOAP 1.1 over HTTP and HTTPS.
wsdlc [options] wsdl-uri
This is the specification for the WSDL (Web Services Description Language) source (a URL or file).
-h Display help text.
-v Display verbose information.
-o output-directory Specify an output directory for generated files.
-l language Specify a language for the generated files. This is one of java, cs, or sql. These options must be specified in lowercase letters.
-d Display debug information that may be helpful when contacting iAnywhere customer support.
-p package Specify a package name. This permits you to override the default package name.
-n namespace Specify a namespace. This permits you to wrap the generated classes in a namespace of your choosing.
-f filename (Required) Specify the name of the output SQL file to which the SQL statements are written. This operation overwrites any existing file of the same name.
-p=prefix Specify a prefix for the generated function or procedure names. The default prefix is the service name followed by a period (for example, "WSDish.").
-x Generate procedure definitions rather than function definitions.
This is the name of the WSDL file that describes a web service.
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