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Implementing call to XML-RPC web services in .NET

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 07, 2010    Points: 0   Category :.NET Framework
 

Hi,

I'm working with a third party which has XML-RPC web services. I've worked with SOAP web serices so far but never had to implement a call to a XML-RPC web service. Can anyone give me some pointers as to how that should be done in Visual Studio (2008)?

I know implementing SOAP is a charm and I try to find more information on how to implement XML-RPC but no luck so far... The only thing I've found is the XML-RPC.NET library but I'm a naturally curious guy so instead of just using the library, I'd like to know how it's done without it : )

Any help is appreciated!

Thanks!

Phil


Philippe Robert - Belron international


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