Java web service to .NET Client

Posted on 2005-04-08
Last Modified: 2010-04-17
I'm writing a desktop application that will need to communicate wtih a web service.  The web service is being written in J2EE and the client is .NET 2003.  I have quite a bit of experience going from a .NET web service to a .NET client and so I'm assuming it will be fairly similar.

The J2EE service cannot be modified, and the client must remain .NET 2003.

For the points I want to know if there are things I should watch for or things that will make my life easier.
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