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Calling C#.NET Web Service From Java Applet

 
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Hello All,
I am trying to figure out the best method of calling a Web Service that was built in C#.NET from a Java Applet running on JRE 1.4.1 with no extensions. Is this possible? Does anyone have any advice on how to do it or maybe a tutorial on it? Any insight would be helpful.
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Michael
 
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The web service being implemented in C# shouldn't mean anything to the client (applet). I would start by downloading Axis, throwing wsdl2java at the WSDL document of the web service, and including the generated classes into your applet's .jar file (and whatever libraries the Axis client requires).
It really doesn't matter that it's an applet you're writing instead of a standalone application or a server-side web application. Any web services client tutorial will do.
 
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