1. Normal VB client code to access WSDL using SOAP/Lite server on
I am using MS Soap toolkit 2.0/3.0
Download MS Soap toolkit 3.0:
or search on MSDN
Dim sc, wsdl
Set sc = CreateObject("MSSOAP.SoapClient30")
wsdl = "http://10.21.24.28:8000/wsdl/ldapControl.wsdl"
v = sc.userView("kbarve", "cn,mail")
2. Using C# (.net)
. Create a Web Reference to the WSDL URL. Using Visual Studio .NET
private void Form1_Load(object sender, System.EventArgs e)
ldapControl x = new WebReference1.ldapControl();
str = x.userView("user", "attributes");
Hope this helps. Also I would recommend using the Altova XMLSpy
editor, its a good tool or also you can use the .NET WebService
studio client application (download from: http://www.gotdotnet.com)
Hope this helps!!!
--- In email@example.com, "michaelcano2003" <mcano@s...> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I posted earlier on a WSDL generator question, but I should
> just state my ultimate goal.
> I'm very new to VB .NET and have used Perl on unix for many years.
> I'd like to create a Perl SOAP::Lite web service on a Solaris
> machine and a VB.NET client on a Windows XP Pro box. I'm using
> Visual Studio .NET 2003.
> Any adivce, docs, code would be greatly appreciated. Even if it's
> just a "Hello World" example that would suffice.