Pass object through Webservice

I have a webserivce at server with a method (A method)  to return an object (B object with properties, methods)
At client, I use this webservice (A method) to return B object. Then I will use B object at client asif an normal object (I don't have B's class at client)

May I do that ??
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gabesoSolution ArchitectCommented:
You will have to have class information at the client: Only data is passed to/from the webservice.

If, for example, xml is being sent to the webservice (and returned) then you could instantiate a client side object from the returned xml data.

Is this a java based system? .Net? What technology are you using?
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truweAuthor Commented:
I'm using .NET
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truweAuthor Commented:
I'm using .NET
May I use .NET Remoting, how to use it ??
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rakshithksCommented:
yes  you can access the object if the class is defined as public. here is the solution.

i assume this the methode in the webservice is

[WebMethod]
public Class1 HelloWorld()
{
      return new Class1();
}
and you define a "public" class in the webservice.

at the reference of this web service.
at the top the form type this using WindowsApplication3.localhost;
(windowsapplication is application name and localhost is the webservice name)
use this statement to create an object of type which defined in webservice.

localhost.Class1 obj = new localhost.Class1();
Service1 o =new Service1();
obj = o.HelloWorld(); // calling the webservice method with returns the obj of type Class1


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