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Connecting to a web service

I am using Flash MX 2004 Professional. I have dragged onto my stage a web Service Connector I am trying to connect to a web service that is sitting on the same server as my flash document. When I put the url into the WSDLURL it gives me the following error

WSDL download failed for the following URLs:
http://12.22.180.18/mywebservice/myweb.asmx


What could I be missing?
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NickMalloy
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negatyveCommented:
Your url is password protected, isn't it?
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NickMalloyAuthor Commented:
yes
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NickMalloyAuthor Commented:
how do I get around that?
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negatyveCommented:
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NickMalloyAuthor Commented:
That didn't fix the problem. I still get the same error
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NickMalloyAuthor Commented:
If a say no password on this site I get the following error in flash now

Flash was unable to find any Web Services from the following URL:
http://12.22.180.18/mywebservice/myweb.asmx

If I pull this up in a web browser it pulls up the web service. What could be wrong?
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negatyveCommented:
I really do not know. Is that webservice somewhat "secret" (cannot we access it to analyze it, not to use it)?
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NickMalloyAuthor Commented:
If you give me your e-mail address I could send you the file.
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negatyveCommented:
Ehm, could you post it on a public server (maybe just changing private address and information)?
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