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Old October 8th, 2004, 09:05 AM
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Default Web Service Proxy - to - COM component

Hi, this topic is related to the previous one. I am using a Web Service in a .NET solution. I have created its proxy, which i use the .NET solution. What i want to do next is to use this Web Service in a VBA program. Since i can't add a reference in VBA to the proxy .dll, and can't register the proxy as a COM in Windows, I think i should create a COM component featuring the proxy or if possible to compile the proxy as a COM component.

If someone tell me which is possible, if any, and give me some recipe for doing it i will be very gratefull.


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Ok- lets answer this all at one time?

You can't use .NET in the way your trying to do this.

Old COM doesn't talk to .NET very well, if at all- VBA has no support for web services.

Hal Levy
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