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Manual Reference Pages  -  DISCO (1)

NAME

disco - Mono’s Web Service Discovery Tool

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Options
Authors
License
See Also

SYNOPSIS

disco [options] url

DESCRIPTION

disco is a tool for discovering web services and for retireving the documents that describe those services.

url is the location of a DISCO document, which includes a list of WSDL documents, XML schemas and references to other DISCO documents.

disco downloads the DISCO document and all referenced documents (unless the -nosave option is specified), and saves them to disk.

OPTIONS

The following options are available:
-nologo
  Supress the startup logo.
-nosave
  Do not save the discovered documents to disk. The default is to save the documents.
-o:directory , -out:directory
  The directory where to save the discovered documents. By default, documents are saved in the current directory.
-u:username , -user:username
  The user name to use when connecting to the server.
-p:password , -password:password
  The password to use when connecting to the server.
-d:domain , -domain:domain
  The domain to use when connecting to the server.
-proxy:url
  The url of the proxy server to use for http requests.
-proxyusername:username
  The user name to use when connecting to the proxy.
-proxypassword:password
  The password to use when connecting to the proxy.
-proxydomain:domain
  The domain to use when connecting to the proxy.

AUTHORS

Lluis Sanchez Gual (lluis@ximian.com)

LICENSE

disco is released under the terms of the GNU GPL.

SEE ALSO

wsdl(1), soapsuds(1), mono(1), mcs(1)
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