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feicki28-Jan-04 1:57
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Heath Stewart28-Jan-04 7:21
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GeneralWebService question Pin
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GeneralRe: WebService question Pin
Heath Stewart28-Jan-04 7:05
protectorHeath Stewart28-Jan-04 7:05 
After digging through the assemblies and documentation, if there is a way I haven't found it.

However, hiding information is by no means a way to secure information. Instead of worry about others getting your service definition, use the Web Services Enhancements 1.0[^] (2.0 is still a preview and shouldn't be used / can't be used due to licensing restrictions in production environments).

You can add WS-Security (remember my XML Digital Signatures article? That's a part of it) and many other things (like authentication via X.509 certificates) to ensure that no matter who gets your WSDL, only people to whom you grant credentials or certificates (or both) can access your Web Service.

This is by far a better way than just hiding it. If someone wants your service definition that badly, they will get it.

 

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GeneralMaking my class support [] notation Pin
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