I'd suggest NOT using the WSDL hosted in the tech portal. Those are
meant for reference, not for actual use in your code. The wsdl link I
just sent is much better for production code use.
> just checked the doco ... try this instead:
> --- In email@example.com, "don.frazier"
> <don_frazier_2004@...> wrote:
>> I'm getting the same thing. IE7 gives me a nasty warning but shows
>> me the XML. You can view source on this, save it to some.wsdl and
>> then generate pointing to that file instead of the wsdl
>> URLs. /sharetypes is complaining but at least it would get you
>> until Yahoo corrects the problem.
>> wsdl /l:cs /n:YahooEWS /o:YahooEWSService.cs some.wsdl
>> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "mcnisiv" <mcnisiv@>
>>> I am trying to create a C# wrapper for the production APIs using
>>> wsdl.exe tool and am getting an error. Here is the command line
>>> I am using to do this:
>>> "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 8\SDK\v2.0\Bin\wsdl.exe"
>>> /l:cs /n:YahooEWS /o:YahooEWSService.cs /sharetypes
>>> The error I am getting is:
>>> Error: There was an error processing
>>> - There was an error downloading
>>> - The underlying connection was closed: Could not establish
>>> relationship for the SSL/TLS secure channel.
>>> - The remote certificate is invalid according to the validation
>>> I believe the error is because the name on the https security
>>> certificate is invalid or does not match the name of the site.
>>> can be verified/viewed via a browser by entering in one of the
>>> marketingAPI addresses into the address bar of the browser. Does
>>> anyone have a workaround for this? I am trying to create one file
>>> containing all the shared types.
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