This article describes how to integrate a .NET client with an Apache SOAP 2.2-based Web service. This article assumes that a Web Services Description Language (WSDL) file exists and was created by using the IBM Web Services Toolkit version 2.4.2.
Use the Visual Studio .NET IDE to Create the Proxy
In Visual Studio .NET, from the Project menu, click Add Web Reference.
In the Add Web Reference dialog box, in the Address combo box, type the path to the Java class name_Service.wsdl file, and then click the arrow button next to the combo box.
Click Add Reference. This produces a file in the project language and automatically includes the file in your project.
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