XML Web service client without proxy instance?

Discussion in 'ASP .Net Web Services' started by Paul Fin, Sep 10, 2003.

  1. Paul Fin

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    Suppose i have a VB 6 Web service client that is wanting to communicate
    with a .Net web service in this situation i have to create an object in
    the client sides that will do the messaging with the server but that
    object dont have to be a compiled proxy class instance like we can do
    with .Net Client applications using WSDL generator, am i right at this
    point? Or can i make a proxy class to call the web services? if so how?



    What assembly or tool add-in i can use for VB 6 that allows me to make
    XML Messaging with .Net web services?

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