Soap Panda is an application for testing soap based web services. Soap Panda takes WSDL as input and generates in memory .NET soap client proxy code for invoking web service methods. This code is compiled and stored in an executable file; executable file is then explored by Soap Panda application using reflection to create instances of the classes that exist in the soap proxy client dll.
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