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    Help with EchoSign API and Microsoft SOAP 3.0 Please

    I am new to working with APIs in general and have to get this working. I have php code that works but overall in need this in vb. If anyone understands this mess and can straighten me out, I would appreciate it.

    Thanks.

    The following PHP code works:
    try {
    $r = $S->sendDocument(array(
    'apiKey' => $ApiKey,
    'documentCreationInfo' => array(
    'fileInfos' => array(
    'FileInfo' => array(
    'file' => file_get_contents($filename),
    'fileName' => $filename,
    ),
    ),
    'message' => "Please sign this agreement",
    'name' => "Test file: $filename",
    'signatureFlow' => "SENDER_SIGNATURE_NOT_REQUIRED",
    'signatureType' => "ESIGN",
    'tos' => array( $recipient ),
    ),
    )
    );

    }

    I need to get the following vb code working:

    Dim objSClient As MSSOAPLib30.SoapClient30
    Dim fResult As String

    Set objSClient = New SoapClient30
    Call objSClient.MSSoapInit(par_WSDLFile:="https://www.echosign.com/services/EchoSignDocumentService13?wsdl")
    fResult = objSClient.sendDocument(ApiKey, "r:\IT\CRREPAIR\PA Credit Repair Agreement.doc", "Please sign this agreement", "Test", "SENDER_SIGNATURE_NOT_REQUIRED", "ESIGN", "ROGERC@PIFFF.ORG")

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    Re: Help with EchoSign API and Microsoft SOAP 3.0 Please

    My recommendation is to get rid of that obsolete Microsoft SOAP 3.0 approach and use
    .NET framework instead
    It's been deprecated since 2005!

    http://www.microsoft.com/download/en...ang=en&id=1345

    Thanks

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