C# consume web service

Look into gSoap – a great open-source, C/C++ library for accessing web services. I’ve used this extensively for accessing services written in .Net. Commercial and not-for-profit licenses available. You just need the wsdl file/url and it will generate the client / server code for …

2 Answers. Yes. if you want to do it simply just create a proxy dll in C# (add web reference) and then consume those assemblies, or you can hand code the proxy in C++/CLI. Edit to reflect comment. You can use ILMerge to merge multiple assemblies into one if need be.

Consuming Web Services | C++Builder 5 Developers …

Official Site: https://flylib.com/books/en/3.264.1.162/1/

In the next section, we will consume a Web service written in a foreign language, but right now we should start by consuming the CmInch Web services we wrote in the previous section using C++Builder 6 itself. A Web Service consumer can be …

STEP 1 Create a new ASP.Net Web Site (say WebServiceExample) STEP 2 Right-click on Website folder (WebServiceExample) > Add > Service Reference. The following window …

People Also Searches c# consume web service

Part 2 Consuming a web service Video Answer

Leave a Comment