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calling java web-service from vb.net class

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Hi,
i have a web-service created in Java and hosted on a server.
i need to call this web-service and pass parameters to it from my vb.net application.
any link or sample code that performs this action?

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Did you try these steps ?
Consume a Web service (see second part of article)
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/301273
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Hi,
my problem is with calling a java web-service
from a vb.net (or c#) class.

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I understand that, but did you try to consume it like described in the article (you can skip the first part about creating a service)
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Thanks for the help
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