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How to add custom web services(java) to Word 2010 via the Research Services?

 
Annalisa Alfieri
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Hello everybody,
I have been wondering if I can add custom web services with the wsdl file extension via the Research Pane in Microsoft Word 2003.
I have searched just about every site that has those services, but no luck finding instructions.
I found this tutorial on Microsoft's website, it's very good...but use C# and I have no knowledge of it

Basically, what I would like to be able to do is add a my java web service to Word and be able to send queries via the research pane.

Many thanks.
 
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Unless you were in this for the coding exercise, the modern way to do this is post your Word documents on Google Drive and use your desktop Google client to search the content of your documents. Since 2011, everything we do is cloud-based.
 
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Sorry I forgot to add the link to Microsoft tutorial:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/bb226691%28v=office.11%29.aspx

...and I do not understand which word document to post where...
 
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Annalisa Alfieri wrote:Sorry I forgot to add the link to Microsoft tutorial:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/bb226691%28v=office.11%29.aspx

...and I do not understand which word document to post where...


The article you linked is related only to Microsoft 2003 products. Microsoft Office is cloud-based now. Alot has changed since 2003 : http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-US/office/dn448457 .
 
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Hi Roger,
we known from Microsoft's staff that we can use the same approach for 2010 using the tutorial for the 2003.
But, I wrote 2010 because in September we will migrate to it but in meantime I can use 2003.

Thanks for the informations. Appreciated it.

If anybody could help me with any other suggestion...thanks in advance
 
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