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To create applications that interact with the SBM Web services, you can enable WS-Security in Visual Studio .NET, and then set up Web service stub files.
WS-Security (Web Services Security) authentication ensures the identity, integrity, and security of a SOAP message by creating a security token in the SOAP header. The SBM credentials are passed as a username token and a Base64-encoded password.
To implement WS-Security:
You can now start building applications using the SBM Web services with WS-Security.
To access the SBM Web services from Visual Studio .NET, you must add references to the WSDL files. When you do this, Visual Studio creates stub classes that your application can use to access the Web service methods. You can create these stub classes for Visual Basic or C#.
Once you have created the stub files, you can update them to use the client protocol provided by the WSE.
To set up the Web service stub files:
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