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How to reference a SOAP web service in Visual Studio 2008

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I'm fairly new to VS2008 and it appears this area has changed a bit from 2005.

In 2005, I would choose the "Add Web Reference" option and then paste in the following path:

http://localhost/Training/isapi_dcwebservice.dll/wsdl/IDataCollection

I would then declare the web service with this syntax:

Private ws As New localhost.IDataCollectionservice()

With 2008, I see it's now "Add Service Reference" so I did so and pointed to this path:

http://localhost/Training/isapi_dcwebservice.dll/wsdl/IDataCollection

When I try to declare the ws object, IDataCollectionService is not in Intellisense?? How would I declare this web service in 2008?  Trying to declare this, I get a "Type localhost.IDataCollectionservice is not defined."

Private ws As New localhost.IDataCollectionservice()




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In the Add Service Reference box, click on Advanced button. On the result window, click the "Add Web Reference" button in the bottom.


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