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Hello people

I am trying to invoke a web service using a soap client in vb6. I have searched the net and noticed that some used client.ConnectorProperty("EndPointURL") and some skipped it (after MSSoapInit). Also, it was used in different versions - some gave the URL of the WSDL file and some put another URL (of the web service folder I assume). What is the significance of this?
I have tried all possibilities and always got errors. I tried to look for the answer myself and I couldn't find it. I lack some basic knowledge of SOAP etc but I have no time now to learn it from scratch now sorry.
Anyway, what should I use? - I am trying to test the web service locally i.e. the service is on my IIS6 server and I changed manually the wsdl file generated by .NET in this line - http://localhost/defaultwebsite/MyApp/webservice.asmx"
Thank you very much for your help I really need it
Posted 10-Jun-13 8:49am

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You can do that easily don`t worry just follow these links:
Consuming a Web Service .NET with VB6.0 App[^][^]
and if you want to use SOAP moniker:[^]
Best Regards
The_Inventor at 16-Jun-13 0:35am

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