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I've been tasked with writing a C program to call a .NET web service from Unix...  Please provide guidance!
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You can use GNOME libxml if GPL does not restrict you. Otherwise quite costly.
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Ok, thanks, I'm checking out the GNOME documentation now...  Can you offer any specifics or code samples?
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Seeking more specific guidance from someone with experience in this area...  Thanks...
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