How to call web service with different methods?

by dilu » Tue, 03 Feb 2009 16:07:25 GMT

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 I am having a webservice at particularURL:-" ;.
Under that webservice we are having different methods like
1.authenticate client

2.contacts to sync
3.inbox to sync
now I want to call these methods with parameters.
So,please tell me how to call these methods .

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