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Grouping Web Methods in WSDL

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Hi Friends,We have webmethods for three modules under single asmx file, In this case, In WSDL, we like to show the list of associated methods under each module wise (like tree structure as follows) in order to give a better clarity to consumer. so please let me know, How to group the webmethods in a WSDL file (just display) ? Module1. Method1. Method2Module2. Method1. Method2Module3. Method1. Method2

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