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!Urgent! WSDL: Warning No classes generated

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Hi,

I have a hello-world look alike webservice (done with VS.NET 2003) called TravelService in the namespace TravelService.

When I call WSDL with the following arguments

C:\ wsdl http://localhost/TravelService/TravelService.asmx?wsdl , I don't get any errors, I just get the message "Warning: no classes generated". I've also tried entering the language and output switches to WSDL, but it still looks the same. Any ideas?

regards,

henrik
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what is the result if instead of using localhost you put the actuall name of the server?
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try this

WSDL /language:cs /namespace:TestService /out:TestService.cs http://localhost/TravelService/TravelService.asmx

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jatinderalagh you gorgot the "?wsdl" at the end
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