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SOAP_NET Example 1 (v1): Retrieving the list of accounts for an authenticated user

SOAP .NET Example 1: Retrieving the list of accounts for an authenticated user

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1. To use the types from the generated class without specifying the namespace, include the namespace as follows:


using SampleCode.com.google.DataAPI.AdminService;

2. Specify login information:


private const string login = "YOUR_LOGIN";
private const string password = "YOUR_PASSWORD";

3. Define a service connection for AdminService API:


adminservice adminService = new adminservice();

4. Execute request:


Account[] accounts = adminService.getAccountList(login, password);

5. Parse and display results:


    foreach (Account account in accounts)
      Console.Write("Account id is \"" + account.accountId + "\", ");
      Console.Write("name is \"" + account.accountName + "\", ");
      Console.Write("contact name is \"" + account.contactName + "\", ");
      Console.Write("e-mail is \"" + account.emailAddress + "\" ");
      Console.WriteLine("and phone number is \"" + account.phoneNumber + "\".");

Complete sample code for this example is available in the AdminServiceGetAccountListSOAP.cs file.

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