I'm writting .NET C# application that is the client of a web-services application. The problem I have is the WSDL uses hostname and not FQDN. The web services host is out of my control and the developers won't change or add a new FQDN WSDL.
My servers are out of my control so I can't change IIS. The server is on a shared server where we receive our own partition. I really want to use the power of .NET to handle the web services.
Is there anyway I can configure / define in a .NET C# web services client application to translate the hostname into a FQDN so the WSDL and SOAP can be used? or am I wasting my time searching and should go the hard route of coding everything up?
We are running Visual Studio 2008 Professional Edition, .NET Framework 3.5 and accessing MS SQL 2008. The WSDL and SOAP are generated by Oracle database.
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