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Hi all,
I am new to java webservices, i need to call a dot net webservice from my java client. The address of my webservice is http://localhost/pts8/services/PTService.asmx. Being completely unaware of webservices i dont know from where to start.
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If you use Eclipse and you have access to the WSDL, it is really simple:

1. In Eclipse, go to File -> New -> Other
2. Expand Web Services and choose Web Service Client
3. On Service Definition, click Browse
4. Enter the URL to your web service (http://localhost/pts8/services/PTService.asmx) and click Browse.
5. Select the WSDL
6. Click OK

Done!

And I'm pretty sure there is something similar in NetBeans.
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