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SOAP: Make a TADOQuery talk to a SOAP Server or replace it with a dataset

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Last Modified: 2013-11-23
I'm converting an existing ADO data application into a SOAP-connected one meaning that where possible all queries must now talk to a SOAP server (which I'm going to write).
So basically in my client, let's say I have a DBGrid connected to a TADOQuery, I must now keep the DBGrid, and eliminate the TADOQuery.
Is there a dataset I can use that will be easily able to take the SOAP document and display it in a DBGrid.

Update: By the way the backend will be SQL Server 2005 running on the SOAP Server. So on the SOAP Server side I planned to drop a TADODatabase and use a TADOQuery to execute queries. From there I'm not sure how I will pass that data through an interface, and I'm not sure on the client how to receive that data and easily plug it into a DBGrid.
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