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I want to invoke an Axis2 Web service from .Net With only sending XML and getting result but this web service has a different end point rather then WSDL url

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In code you can overwrite the url generated from the WSDL so that it points to the correct url. Something like sample below:
No WCF:

MyWebServiceProxy proxy =new MyWebServiceProxy();
proxy.Url = ConfigurationSettings.AppSettings["webServiceUrl"];

proxy.MyMethodCall(param. etc);


WCF:
HelloWorld.HelloWorldClient client = new
WCFHelloWorldClient.HelloWorld.HelloWorldClient();

//change the endpointAddress here
client.Endpoint.Address = new
EndpointAddress("http://localhost:8899/BasicHost/HelloWorld");

Console.WriteLine(client.SayHello("steven"));

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