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Using a WebService (Java) from VB.Net

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Hello,

Hope somebody can help me... Im trying to use a webservice from a client,
they give me the WSDL Addresss:

http://lgec.dnsalias.com:7001/WsFaca...acade.jws?WSDL

They develop their webservice in Java, and we have to access them through
Vb.Net, we can register the wsdl through the web references window in Vb.NET
2003, but dont know exactly what to do next

Cant find any helpful samples on the msdn library

Can somebody give me a hand, a step by step sample would be greatly
appreciated

Thanks a lot
Jack
Nov 21 '05 #1
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Hi,

In the project menu select add web reference. In the dialog that
shows up place the web address in the url textbox. Hit the go button.

Ken
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Hello,

Hope somebody can help me... Im trying to use a webservice from a client,
they give me the WSDL Addresss:

http://lgec.dnsalias.com:7001/WsFaca...acade.jws?WSDL

They develop their webservice in Java, and we have to access them through
Vb.Net, we can register the wsdl through the web references window in Vb.NET
2003, but dont know exactly what to do next

Cant find any helpful samples on the msdn library

Can somebody give me a hand, a step by step sample would be greatly
appreciated

Thanks a lot
Jack
Nov 21 '05 #2

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