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Call a web service from Sql Server 2012 stored Procedure

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I have few stored Procedures which run some query and based on the result send mail to clients.

Now my client has added a web service in his company which sends mail to customers.

He wants me to use this service inside the store procedure and send mail through this web service.

I need to know what would be the best option for me here to call this service for sending emails.
Should I go for SQL CLR and UDF?
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You can use an SSIS package, use a script task to call the URL and get the response back and use it within your store proc.

Let me know, I can help with the actual script if you decide to go down that path.
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