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    Default Web service references

    Could anyone please explain to me in detail how i add an web service in Eclipse? I've been gooling like a madman and can't seem to find anything that should work. Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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    Isn't that for creating a web service? I want to add iGNMSearchService Web Service to my existing project so i'll be able to use the methods. In Visual Studio you simply add the url, isn't there a similiar way in eclipse?
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    Default Re: Web service references

    To do that just Right Click your project -> New -> Other -> Web Services and select Web Service Client.
    Then, in the windows, paste your WS address in the Service Definition field. And there you go, a reference to an already built WS.

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    Last edited by daniel.j2ee; December 13th, 2011 at 04:05 PM.

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