How to call .net web service from Java web application?

Hi all, 

I have a vb .net web service.How do i call .net web service from Java web application?What all resources I need?Can you please provide a sample application where a java application is invoking methods of .net web service?

Thank you

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First I am not familiar with java language, but web services are universal operating system and language independent. It doesn't matter where the services is or in what language is written you just invoke it  and it gives you "replay".  Probably you must reffer to java consuming web services.



11/13/2008 5:37:15 AM

Hi gopalraod,

Please see the tutorial sample:

Integrating .NET Web Services with Java and classic ASP Clients for Interoperability

Best regards,
Guang-Ming Bian - MSFT

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11/19/2008 7:57:11 AM

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