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Hi all,

  For some reason, we need to modify an old project written in C with VC++.NET.

  With help from my other question, I finally know how to implement web services in C++, unfortunately, after that we found that the source we write is actually written in C f(-_-;;;

  Does anyone know how to call webservices and MSMQ from a C source code?

Regs,
Bezier
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You might like to look at:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/C/Q_21160541.html#12257332

It may apply to your problem. I am not VC++.NET savvy so I may be wrong.

Paul
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