Connecting to a Web Service Using Classic ASP

Hi friends,

I am writing a web app in classic ASP, and I need to connect to another company's web service to retrieve some info.  That company sent me a WSDL file (.xml extension).  They have instructions on how to interact with their web service using Java code...

I need to be able to do this in classic ASP.  Can anyone kindly help me on this?  This is a new field for me, so explanations that are simplistic will be so greatly appreciated.  The technical support person of the company is as lost as I am.  She only has experience in supporting Java and C++ platforms.

I'm going to issue a whole bunch of points (500) for this one because this is mission critical.  

You folks are awesome,

Jazon from Jacksonville, FL
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Try this site.  Once you have a wsdl file all you need to do is write the ASP client.

The functions should be listed in the wsdl file and should be callable from ASP

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