Friday, 1 October 2010

Using O2 to Parse WSDL files and submit requests/payloads

The .NET's  SDK comes with a tool that creates a C# file from a WSDL (which is what Visual Studio uses when adding a Web Reference).

This file can can then be used to automatically enumerate methods + parameters, and provide nice C# stubs to send requests or fuzz payloads (and that is just a warm up on what you can do with it).

O2 has support for WSDL creation via this script: http://code.google.com/p/o2platform/source/browse/trunk/O2_Scripts/Languages_and_Frameworks/DotNet/DotNet_SDK_WSDL.cs

To see it in action here is a example of how to consume it using O2's C# Scripting Environment http://www.o2platform.com/index.php/DotNet/WSDL
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