I'm trying to write some documentation for a webservice that has been provided by one of our vendors for an application we're integrating. A bunch of the interface is custom objects defined in the web service itself. The vendor has put up significant resistance to providing any documentation for this application and so I've taken it upon myself to do their job for them [against my better judgement].
The documentation they have provided frankly is embarassing and I'm trying to make as short work of this as I possibly can to put some good quality docs together. I know that as I don't have access to their source, I can't just run it through nDoc/Sandcastle to spit out an API doc, but I was wondering if (as a half way house) there was an easy way to export the intellisense to a text file without me having to write a utility to specificially iterate through each of the object types defined and reflect the members out to text?
If I could do this, it would at least make sure that I have a good quality document structure where I can just fill in the blanks. Having to skip back and forth to Visual Studio to check the intellisense for every class member is a very laborious way of doing this.
Does anyone have any ideas?