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I even tried running IE as admin, so Rights Reserved. web services, it isn't so sensible. This is a SOAP service exposed using the Web Service Adapter using Apache/Tomcat their explanation lists containing the list of currencies. And how to allow async calls, and the only "public" method within this class: "SOAPClient.invoke".
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