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QuestionHow do I call a remote Web Service from an Asp.net application? PinmemberNada Adel31-Oct-12 23:28 
AnswerRe: How do I call a remote Web Service from an Asp.net application? PinmentorKeith Barrow1-Nov-12 5:54 
Normally, you'd generate a set of service proxy classes to handle the communication to the server. Working at the Http level/rolling your own messages is normally tiresome and needless, thankfully there is a wsdl defining the service you want to use.
 
I'd suggest running wsdl.exe against http://217.52.114.3/kannelsending/service.asmx?WSDL[^], this will generate a set of proxy classes you can consume in your code.
 
You can also add a reference to the web service by right-clicking the project --> add service reference and using http://217.52.114.3/kannelsending/service.asmx as the service address. Don't know how well it works with external IPs, and if anything changes with the external service, it could break your code.
 
Refs here:
 
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms155134.aspx[^]

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