how to call wcf service url to my Excel vba macro 2010,2012


Actually iam face one problem that is....
i need to call my WCF service url to my excel vba macro.i dont know how to call the wcf service url to vba excel mcaro .
how many  type of ways can be connected to excel macro.

could you please help me regarding on this....
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käµfm³d 👽Commented:
I think you would have an easier time writing a wrapper library for your WCF service in .NET, and then import that library into your Excel project. With the .NET project you can use the "Add Service Reference" menu options to easily create proxy classes for your WCF service. Then it's simply a matter of exposing the appropriate functionality to Excel.

I participated in a question some time ago that dealt with importing .NET code into Excel. You can find that discussion here:
mannevenu26Author Commented:
what u have send that is one time of approach,but iam using different approach.we need to follow this approach

I had one excel vba macro sheet iam connecting through the soapclient.iam adding MSSOAP30.dll to referrence.

could you please help me in this regards.

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mannevenu26Author Commented:
i did not get correct answer so i am closing my question.

thank you :)
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