Building a Family History Web Service Client

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    orangeCat

    Interesting article. Can you tell me whether or not Visual Studio express can create a client  (say windows client (c#)) to access/interact with  web service that is built in java and residing on an apache server?

    I see examples, as yours, that create a web service on IIS and create C# client. However, I'd like to consume an existing webservice that is not on IIS.

    I have downloaded VS Express C#, VWD,Vb.net.

    I have the wsdl for the service, but am totally confused as to how the pieces interconnect.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks

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    Chris Palmer

    orangeCat, one of the beauties of Web Services is that it shouldn't matter what platform (java/apache, IIS/.Net, etc.) a web service is built with - you should be able to consume that webservice using a client built using any platform you wish - properly built Web Services enable "mix and match" clients and services - that's really the whole point.

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    Moses

    I would like to thank you guys for the tutorials you gave us, for free. Now I think they will help me grow in to knowing programming

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    rohit negi

    hello,i want some guide of your because i m creating a aplication of family tree in asp.net 1.1 with c#.so can you give me some advise how to create family tree.

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    Sheldon Nguyen

    Thank you Microsoft and all of you guys for sharing

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    ps

    plz i need the total code 4 dis

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    Clint

    @ps:  Link for this is at the top of the page.

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    yelugab

    Thanks for the tuition. Its helping direct me in the right direction at long last.

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