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Microsoft® .NET XML Web Services Step by Step by Allen Jones, Adam Freeman

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Chapter 4. Building a SOAP Client

In this chapter, you will learn how to:

  • Automatically create a proxy class by setting a Web reference in Microsoft Visual Studio .NET.

  • Manage Web references in Visual Studio .NET.

  • Create a Windows Forms client that uses a proxy to consume an XML Web ­service.

  • Create a Web Forms client that uses a proxy to consume an XML Web service.

  • Create a console client that uses a proxy to consume an XML Web service.

The purpose of the XML Web service model is to support program-to-program communications. The consumer of an XML Web service can be any type of application. A Windows application, a server process, or another XML Web service are just some of the possibilities. XML Web service consumers do not need to know the details ...

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