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.NET Webservice Http Post C++

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I'm looking for some direction from anyone who has any insight regarding doing an http post for a soap request to a .net webservice using c++.  compiling with gcc.  I see some posts on here regarding something sort of like this but not exactly. Does anyone have an example of doing that with C++?
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If you're using gcc I would recommend checking out gSOAP (http://gsoap2.sourceforge.net/).  The "getting started" section has good instructions for using wsdl2h to create a header file based on the soap service's WSDL info and soapcpp2 to create a skeleton proxy from that.
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