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Creating mock WebService server from WSDL.exe output

Posted on 2013-05-23
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Hey,

I need to create a mock Web Service that I can use to test my client application.

I have the WSDL from the web service. I have generated .cs code using the wsdl.exe /serverInterface command.

How do I get this going in a new WebService project in Visual Studio?

So far, I have imported the .cs file ("InterfaceWebService.cs"). But now I am not sure how to implement it in the standard Hello World code.

Thanks for any pointers
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Can't you create a wrapper from the interface you generated and use that ?

class WebServiceClientWrapper
{
       IYourserverInterface _proxy;

    public WebServiceClientWrapper(IYourserverInterface obj)
   {
             proxy = obj;
   }
    public string MethodYouUse()
    {
            _proxy.WebServiceMethodYouUse();
      }
}

//Temporary class which implement the web service methods
Class TempWebSErvice : IYourserverInterface
{
   // implemet all the method
}

//below code can be replaced when you get the actual proxy.

WebServiceClientWrapper proxy = new WebServiceClientWrapper(new TempWebSErvice());
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