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How to use WCF service in Classic ASP

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I have a .net application that uses WCF service and I would like to implement the same in my old application, which uses classsic ASP.

If you have any step-by-step tutorial about how to make reference to the WCF service from classic ASP application and how to create a proxy to consume that service, please let me know.
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Here is a good article with code sample:

http://archive.msdn.microsoft.com/CallWCFfromASP
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Thank you
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