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Calling a Web Service in VB.NET

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Afternoon All,

PLEASE can someone help me before I go stir crazy in trying to figure this out. I am a SQL DBA that has self taught myself some VB.NET to interact with the SQL databases we have in-house for data input etc.

I have a web service that I am trying to build a 'Loader' for as the provided Java based one the company in question gave us cannot deal with multiple files and can only deal with one file at a time.

https://openinterchange.openecommerce.co.uk/OpenInterchange/OpenInterchange?wsdl

This is the URL of the WSDL. I have some automation software that has an inbuilt WebService/WCF Executer, while this is great to look at and does the job it doesn't work with my .NET so I am having to do this myself manually.

Essentially I need to fire some XML using a particular FUNCTION from the above WSDL to return a response to my application.

Now according to the automation program it uses the 'OpenInterchange' Class and then uses the OpenInterchange.XStreamMessage(x,x,x,x,1) METHOD to return the information.

I ended up with something along the lines of

        Dim MyService As New XstreamUAT.xStreamMessageRequest(brokreftxtbx.Text, bnumtxtbx.Text, lickeytxtbx.Text, "This", 30)

        Dim MyResult As New XstreamUAT.xStreamMessageResponse(MyService.ToString)

        MsgBox(MyResult)

But I'm getting nothing, I am obviously completely missing the point. I can't give you details to login to their WSDL but with the link I think there is enough information there to point me in the right direction.

All help appreciated.
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