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Can't Start The WSDL Tool

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 30, 2010    Points: 0   Category :.NET Framework
 
The WSDL Tool in the micorsoft window SDK v7.0 is not opening up when I go to the directory to start up the tool the wsdl prompt window opens then closes right away.  I downloaded the micorsoft windows SDk V7.0 cause I have windows 7, I am using visual studio 2008 and I need to get the tool open so I went to the directory C:\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.0\Bin  then scrolled to the WSDL and clicked it and it opens then closes right away. How do I set it up so that it will stay open or is it supposed to just open once I have already installed the SDK. I nned the WSDL prompt window in order to right the WSDL command code to generate the proxy class file but if it opens and closes right away I can not type anything in the prompt. Please help Thanks, CIS Major


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