Programatically build Web Service proxies independent of the "Web Reference" in VS.Net?

Can anyone detail for me how to build a proxy for a webservice from its .wsdl without using a "web reference"?  Or point me to a hotw-to somewhere?  I assume there is an API for this in the Framework, I just cannot find it...  Thanks.
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You have to use WSDL.eXE

you can see info on it @
Hope it helps!
6/23/2004 2:02:21 AM
For complete programmatic use of dynamic Web services by simply feeding a WSDL, use this tool (DynWsLib) here:


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