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Open Client Introduction and Programming
Generating Proxies and Web Service Definitions : Validating and generating an Open Client proxy or Web service definition : Open Client interface generation
 

Open Client interface generation

Once the Open Client interface definition is validated and updated as appropriate, the Open Client proxy or SOAP Web service definition can be generated. The generated output for a:
*.NET proxy includes a single assembly (.dll) file and (optionally) .cs files containing the classes
*Java proxy includes a set of .class and (optionally) .java files
*Sonic Native Invocation proxy includes a set of script (.esboe) files, one for each directly invoked AppServer procedure
*Sonic Web Service definition includes a .wsm file.
*Web Service definition includes a .wsm file and (optionally) a .wsdl file for testing.
In all cases, the activity log records any significant generation events and errors.
For more information on the generated:
*Proxy for a .NET client, see Generating .NET client interfaces
*Proxy for a Java client, see OpenEdge Development: Java Open Clients
*Script (.esboe) files for a Sonic Native Invocation client, see OpenEdge Development: Messaging and ESB
*Sonic Web Service definition, see OpenEdge Development: Messaging and ESB
*Web Service definition, see OpenEdge Development: Web Services
* Generating .NET client interfaces