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I have inventory application in .NET which is going interoperate with Salesforce.

How to generate WSDL file of a web service, I was told that Visual Studio automatically create it and also told that it was not created physically if it is then how to export it to remote machine to access if WSDL.exe command do it with asmx file, what is the exact location where it should be fired.

Please suggest If i am missing any link.

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Generating the WSDL to your webservice, no long process is supposed to followed. You just need to postfix your Webservice URL with "?WSDL" and you will get it. For example:

http://localhost/HelloService.asmx?WSDL

Now, you can go ahead an save the WSDL as an XML file and then add it as web-reference to your client's .NET application wherever you want to call it.

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