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Calling a SOAP Web service MVC3

Posted on 2012-03-27
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Hi There

I have a SOAP webservice that I am trying to call from my MVC controller so I can pass the data to my view.

I have added the web service under web references. Know I need to know how to call the service pass parameters to it and display the results in my view.

The main part I need to know is how to call a webservice from a controller as I hve never done this before.

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Stanton
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What framework are you using?
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ASP.NET MVC3 with entity Framework
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