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Consuming a Web Service .NET with VB6.0 App

, 21 Aug 2011 CPOL
I will show you how to get a response from a Web Service developed over .NET (version does not matter)
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Rene Bustos
Systems Engineer National Unity Insurance Co.
Mexico Mexico
Hi people!,I am Rene bustos, im from Mexico, Actually i work for an American company Called National Unity insurance Company. this company is dedicated to insure Commercial Vehicles, Personal Vehicles, home owners.
Since my 16 years i had interest for the "how they do that" and "how can they make that circle how!!"
then every day i made a lot o questions to my father about the computers and he can not answer me at all. so since that day so far my research about "how can i develop an application" is over my mind.
Well Right now i develop Web applications or Web Services with VB.NET. i made application And others langauges such like: VB6, VB.NET 2003,2005,2010, C Sharp, AJAX, ASP 3.0, Javascript AND XML. and SQL SERVER 2000, AND SQL 2008
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