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Correct me if I'm wrong (I'm not a MS SOAP Toolkit expert), but I don't think you need a WSML file for a Microsoft client. The WSML file is the service configuration file, so it's only needed when deploying a Microsoft service. The Java service has a different type of service configuration file (e.g., Apache Axis has a WSDD file; Systinet WASP has an xml.config file). What you need to get is the WSDL file supplied by the Java service. You use that WSDL file to generate your VB client proxy.
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