integrating wsdl in my web application

I have path as c:\a.wsdl. i need to use it on my web application. How will i do it.
rnsrAsked:
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kaushik_gajera2002Commented:
Host Wsdl file on localhost

Right Click on Project -> Add Service References -> put url on Address -> press ok

E.g.

http://http://localhost:60059/xxx.wsdl 

put on address filed.
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rnsrAuthor Commented:
This i have done. I have used in console applicaton and now using in web application. in Web Application i have added service but where i do need to change the code for web .
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rnsrAuthor Commented:
Sample Code for Console Application

 ProcessShipmentRequest request = CreateShipmentRequest();
            ShipService service = new ShipService();

what will be in web application.

Service name ->ShipServiceWebReference
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kaushik_gajera2002Commented:
Same thing use in web

Make Service Reference object and call there property's.

still cannot understand just post your code, will help you
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rnsrAuthor Commented:
Resolved .
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