A co-worker and I are tasked with integrating a custom C#.net application into an existing webMethods application running on IS v6.1. I’ve used the webMethods Developer to generate third party C#.net client code to externally execute a webmethods Flow service but the Developer generates a Make file for use in command line compilation. My co-worker needs to be able to compile this code within the Microsoft Visual Studio .NET environment.
The problem is we cannot figure out how to reference the webMethods client.jar file from within MS VS .NET so he can use the webMethods specific methods referenced in the Developer generated client code.
We have looked at a tool called jbImp but it looks like we would have to explode and decompile the client.jar file to get the source code before jbImp will convert it into something MS VS .NET would accept.
Can anyone offer a solution on how to reference the webMethods client.jar file from within a MS VS .NET C# file so we can use the webMethods specific methods referenced in the Developer generated client code?