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invoke an Oracle BPEL asynchronous web service from asp.net

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 30, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 
I'm trying to invoke an Oracle BPEL web service from asp.net (vb) and having trouble getting it to work.  This is the portion of my code in the Page_Prerender event: Dim nlsWorkFlow As New soaslab.IIRWorkFlowProcessRequest Dim binding As New soaslab.IIRWorkFlowBinding nlsWorkFlow.input = Session("IIRID").ToString binding.Begininitiate(nlsWorkFlow, Nothing, Nothing) The web service doesn't launch though. I'm not a web service expert, so seeing if anyone else may know how to get this going.  I don't need to track the web service - just need to launch it.  


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