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I need to consume a web service in my asp.net application.  I have a .wsdl file.  I know how to add a web reference to the .wsdl file and I know what data the service wants.  How do I execute the service?
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>>How do I execute the service?
what do you mean by execute the service? The service would have a webmethod (function/procedure) that you wold have seen in the wsdl .. just call that methog using

webreferenceObject.MethodName(parameters to pass)
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